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4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: My dorm this year is MUCH better than last year. My roommate and I both moved from Critz to Cresswell. The room is significantly bigger, although we now have a much small refrigerator. Go figure! Last year, a tiny room with a full-size fridge. This year, a larger room with an itty-bitty fridge. I know! It makes no sense!

Aside from that, Cresswell is pretty good. Nice room, good view, closer to my classes, easy access to parking.

5 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Honestly, housing is pretty great. The school and its RA's do a great job of being friendly and making sure everyone feels welcome. The rules have punishments but they are not too restraining, intramurals are easy to get in to, and everyone is really close. Classes can sometimes be a little far, depending on the dorm, but are not too bad.

4 College Junior

Campus Housing: Living on campus is very convenient being that classes are nearer and you do not have to worry about driving and parking. The newer dorms are very spacious and well taken care of. Other buildings have been renovated and do not provide the newer amenities (such as individual bathrooms) or extra space. The premium housing choices are Magnolia, Oak, and Moseley Halls. Housing services does a decent job on placing students with compatible room mates.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Some of the buildings are definitely not the best, but some are very good.

4 College Senior

Campus Housing: Granted, I lived in one of the nicer Halls, but it was certainly worth living on campus. Not having to drive every day and having a short walk to classes was nice.


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    Cleanest Dorms
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    Best Dorm Atmosphere
  • 1108th
    Shortest Walk to Class

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