The school offers four mansions to dorm in and one typical styled dorm building. Since the campus is very small, if you live on campus, you will know everyone else that lives there too. It is a little pricy to live on campus, but you deffinitely pay for a good experience.
From what I have heard, they have fire alarms way too early in the morning which is an inconvience if students are trying to sleep before classes. What has prevented me from housing is the cost. I'm already strugging to pay the tuition now, so housing is too expensive for me.
The freshman dorms at Albertus Magnus College are great to live in because you have four options of housing and some are all girl dorms, which allows comfort for some people.
Depends on What You Want – I have never had a problem with on-campus housing. There is one main dorm, Dominican, that is like regular dorms everywhere else, and there are now 4 mansion buildings, Nilan, McAuliffe, Sansbury and now Sienna. 4 of the 5 buildings are co-ed with one girls-only dorm, Sansbury. Nilan, McAuliffe and Sienna are dry and 24-hour quiet. All of the dorms are less than 8 minuets from the academic buildings and less than 5 from the dining hall. Freshman get placed all over and sophomores have the hardest time finding housing just because of their place in the lottery system. Juniors and Seniors have an easy time getting good housing choices and are more likely to score one of the many singles on campus. The mansions have a better community atmosphere just because of their set up, but really any dorm is pretty good.
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