Campus Housing

Providence, RI
Tuition (in-state)
$18,296 ($7,598)
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4 College Student

Campus Housing: Living on campus is such a wonderful experience, theres just so much to learn and love about it. When you live on campus you feel a lot more responsible and mature, you have no one to depend on but yourself. If you don't study, no one is going to force you to, but yourself. In college you motivate and strive to do better because it's your future that you're working on. On the other hand, when students commute they don't get to experience as much, sense they still live with their parents. In a sense, it's a win loose situation for both living on campus and commuting. When students live on campus, they get a sense of maturity but they usually have to pay more tuition than commuters. Commuters get to save money but don't have freedom and maturity as if they were living on campus. It all depends on what you can afford and want to do in life.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Nice with the single room suites in many of the dorms, then you don't have room-mate issues. Very busy campus with lots going on all the time

2 College Junior

Campus Housing: All of the building are really old except new hall. I live in Weber. The floor in the bathroom is coming up and the cleaning guy does not clean the bathroom once a week like he should. There is mold everywhere. I complained about my bed being broken 8 months ago and I am still waiting for it to get fixed.

College Sophomore

Campus Housing: I am entirely unfamiliar with the dorm buildings on campus

2 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I live in Thorpe Hall. The single dorms are very small. The walls are paper thin so I can hear everything that goes on in other rooms and in the common room I feel like I cannot have a private conversation without someone being able to listen in on it. Also, the noises distract me from my sleep and from my studies.


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  • 1178th
    Shortest Walk to Class
  • 1198th
    Most Spacious Dorms
  • 1273rd
    Cleanest Dorms
  • 1321st
    Best Dorm Atmosphere

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Rate campus housing on the following subjects    Based on 37 responses

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