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3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Campus housing can be very nice or very poor. The worst places to stay, but cheapest, are Lewis (girls) and Watson (boys). Both are very run down, small, and dirty. The next best option is Twin. Rooms are more spacious and you share a large common area on the first floor. The newest and best, but most expensive, is Market Street Dorms. These are set up as suite style where there are 4 individual bedrooms, two baths, a common area, and a small kitchen. These dorms are coed, separated by 2 floors male and 1 floor female. Living in the dorms is the best way to make new friends and easily meet up to do group work. Housing process is very quick and easy.

2 College Freshman

Campus Housing: There is 1 new dorm. The walls a paper thin. The quiet hours are never observed. All other dorms are really old! They need lots of updating!

5 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Love where I live, the new dorms are awesome.

College Junior

Campus Housing: I do not live on campus.

4 College Junior

Campus Housing: Housing at Penn – The double rooms cost about from $966 to $1200 per semester depending on which drom the student is in. Also when you live on campus, you are required to have a meal plan, which isn't good, for example for the students who qualify for food stamps. This raises their bills while they can just live on campus and buy their own from food. Most students decide to move off campus because of that. The single room cost about from $1366 to $1600 per semester depending on which dorm the student is in.


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