I went there for undergrad. The professors are unorganized, I only heard things about the graduate program from students in it while I was an undergrad. It seems they care more about the graduate program than the undergrads. But that is just my experience. Overall it is a highly rated program that is pretty well known. You work with two different populations in their clinic and have an outside internship. You first work with kids then in your second year you are set up to work with older adults, mostly with traumatic brain injuries. From what I know the workload is pretty standard, the classes are M-F with clinic hours factored in. The faculty is fine, but like I said can be unorganized, at least some professors. If you have more questions about the school, I'd be happy to answer them for you!