OHSU is fine, I guess. Nice people, laid-back atmosphere, pretty low-key in general. Class from 8 until 12 every day, and one afternoon a week you have a clinical preceptorship, and then another afternoon you have the Principles of Clinical Medicine class which is universally reviled by the students. Everybody hates it, year after year, but the faculty have shown no interest in significantly addressing this issue. It's easily the worst aspect of OHSU (maybe the only really "bad" thing), but thankfully it's a relatively small part of the whole. Because there is a little less classroom time than at other schools, you are sort of expected to do a lot of self-guided study. Which is fine with me because I never go to lecture anyway.