Computers in the computer lab and on-campus usually work pretty well, but are sometimes slow to log-on, which can be frustrating if you're hurriedly trying to print something before class. Printers are often down, but work great when they're working! Wireless speed and access is pretty reliable, and easy.
Adler does not have housing "on-campus" because Adler doesn't really have a campus - it's one building in downtown Chicago. But they do a good job of putting students in contact with one another for potential roommate-matching. They also can put students in contact with free apartment-finding services. Because Chicago's public transportation is so extensive, you can get to the Adler School from anywhere in the city, regardless of where you live. And obviously, some neighborhoods are more expensive than others.
Adler doesn't explicitly place restrictions on students' social lives, but students should be aware that part of our assessment as good potential future clinicians is based on our actions outside of class. I think the school does a good job of incorporating this into the curriculum, however, because these are graduate programs and a professional atmosphere. People who might show up hungover or still drunk, or who are skipping class due to late-night partying will probably not make it too far here.
Adler is in the Loop (Chicago's downtown area), so it's very accessible via buses or the el (Chicago's subway system). Adler also given students UPASS transit cards, which are only $86 per semester to ride all Chicago public transit an unlimited number of times - that's an amazing deal.
In Chicago I feel that you can find any kind of food you want with varying levels of qualities and pricing. You just have to look in the right place.
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