Applicants don't seem to understand what factors are seriously important when it comes to choosing a school. It's not the campus, not the facility, and not even the basic science education. All that mentioned before is only about the 1st 2 years you spend in med school. What's really important is the clinical education, the 3rd and 4th year. Ask anyone in residency now. That's the most important factor and could either make or break for you on the residency program that you will really want. So my recommendation would be to go to a school with a structured 3rd/4th years, or even one with a good reputation, and work your ass off 3rd/4th years. It's cool that if you decide that the campus...etc is what you care most about, but at least you've made a conscious decision about it, instead of ending up in your 3rd/4th year or when you're applying for residency programs and then wonder how come no one has told you about it when you decided to pick a school for its campus, or friendliness, or the library.