It is a LOT more reading!! But again, it is stuff you are supposed to love cuz, you want to make a career out of it, so it isn't pointless busy work.
I did my undergrad at a small college, now I'm at the University of Oklahoma, so it was a big transition in campus life, but the class sizes were still about the same, so I didn't feel too lost in the shuffle of things.
I did have to do all my own finical aid which is a hasle just because there isn't a streamlined formula. (I like things to be in easy 126.96.36.199.5. list/steps).
My professors treat us more like peers, so we have a casual relation ship, so we call them by their first names, which is still sorta weird for me. I was brought up with formalities being important. So bit of an adjustment to the more casual style of the South.
I have classes about once a week, and they are longer. 3-4 hours instead of 3 50 min classes. I have one that is once a month and we have class all day on a saturday, and it is really laid back that we do part of it in the classroom, part in a restaurant as we all eat lunch together, and part outside.
We are sorta expected to read. My professors rely on us to lead class room discussion. And since the class sizes are small, 10-20, if we don't read, its sorta obvious. haha So stay on top of your reading.
I am not employed full time, so i can adjust, but next semester I plan to work at least 10-15 hours per week. Hopefully getting a nice balance.
Where are you looking, and what are you planning on majoring in?