Yeah, I'm currently a freshman there. It's going pretty well. It's a lot of work but there's generally a laid back atmosphere because students aren't ultra-competitive. I'm a Bio major.
At the beginning of freshman year, there are usually a couple hundred pre-meds. By senior year, there are maybe 30. This may change, though, as the science dept. / pre-med program keeps growing every year. The pre-med program's been pretty successful when it comes to getting kids accepted into med schools. I think the rate is 85% or something like that. The pre health advisors don't discourage anyone from applying and will work with you no matter what your gpa is. Plenty of benefits to going to this relatively small school... The science lectures aren't large... 60 kids for each section, tops. The first year, you do double bio + chem, but just go to office hours and take advantage of tutoring and you'll do fine.