Too strict the R.D.'s invade your privacy
As a freshman girl, you only get one option for housing unless they run out of room. The dorm is split into an east and west side, and my advice is to pick the east side. It's newer and doesn't have huge pillars in the middle of the hallway. The RD's and RA's try to make dorm event nights where you get to meet other girls in the dorm so you get to know everyone in your dorm community. The dorm is only a five/ten minute walk to most classes, so it's not that bad.
Students are required to live on campus unless living with a family member or over the age of 24, this is challenging because a meal plan is required along with the on-campus housing. Making this a much more expensive living experience.
I'll just go in order for me...living in Gunn I did make good memories and became friends with some amazing girls, but the nights when I was hungry and didn't have food and couldn't leave to get food because we were locked in was very irritating at times. Also finals week, seeing my friends out studying and then rush back to the dorms to study more was crazy to me. The bathrooms were also abused by some of the girls...some females just didn't know how to pick up after themselves. Now living in Tinius East it was definitely an upgrade and I've enjoyed it so much. I do still find it slightly ridiculous that boys aren't aloud in our rooms, I do understand that sometimes that privilege is abused by some students, but I feel the students that abuse it shouldn't get the privilege and those that know how to respect it should be able to enjoy it.
College Life – Living on campus is very fun and it has its advantages. For instance, I like that everything is closer such as classes and the student life center where college students hang around. By living in the dorms you can meet people sooner and get to know how they are really like. Though my first time living was not a very happy one because I felt so homesick, but good thing for those dorm activities in which I got to know everyone in the dorms and I did not feel so alone. Living in the dorms is a huge part of college life that one should experience at least once.
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