I don't live on campus, so I don't know how housing is. I do know that it is insanely expensive considering the area. If you live on campus at FIT for four years, you would rack up the same amount as if you bought a house in the neighborhood.
Buildings are well kept, but ready for renovations
I don't live on campus. I live in an apartment a mile away, and it's a lot cheaper,($750/mo. plus utilities, usually ending up around $800-850 per month.)
Usually, the better they are, the more expensive they get. Rule of thumb that you should already know. I'd just stick with the Quad dorms, out of which Evans is the best. They're old, but at least they're affordable.
When you're just starting out, the ResLife crew will just seem to never leave you alone, but as you get on with everything and you get past that first year or so they'll leave you alone more. Not only are they enduring tough classes, but they know for a fact you are, too.
Some of the buildings are relatively new, but most dorms are old and cold. It is also about 10,000 dollars alone to live on campus per year. However, the dorms are close to classes, except the freshman dorms. Not the worst, but not the best either.
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