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Campus Housing

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2 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: I will preface this by saying that after living on campus for two years, I've had roommates that were kind of not the best people, and that made my living experience kind of not the best. The freshmen dorm, Urness Hall, is fairly cramped and spartan, with minimally furnished communal bathrooms and lounge areas. Mortensen, the tallest building on the Augsburg campus (it's the one with the Augsburg College sign on it) is barely any better. I don't think either building has had any major updates or renovations since at least the late 80s. Mortensen in particular has bad lighting. Also, the elevators in both buildings seem to break fairly frequently, and it can take the repairmen up to a week to fix the things. I can recall at least once when both elevators in Urness broke for over a week during my freshmen year. Incredibly annoying. I lived in Luther Hall over the summer, and that is definitely a bid more upscale and aesthetically pleasing than either Mort or Urness. While I haven't actually lived in Anderson Hall, I do know a number of people who currently reside there and I am in the building making fairly frequent visits. That is a nice space for communal living if you want to live with a number of people in a townhouse or floor house. Again, somewhat overpriced. Finally, there is Oren Gateway Center, or OGC. OGC is the most recent housing complex and it typically houses students in the STEPup program, people that are recovering from addictions. OGC is the most expensive housing option, but I have heard that it's a very nice place to live. It is totally substance free, and it is designed like many high priced apartments are.

3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: A number of problems with the dorms - water, heat, etc.

3 College Senior

Campus Housing: The housing options are pretty good, but their value isn't amazing.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Housing is alright, but the process and trying to get a hold of the people in charge of ResLife is nearly impossible! Howevwr, an upside to living in campus and especially in dorms is that you get to know the people you live with/around quite well.

3 College Senior

Campus Housing: They have no A/C for upcoming freshmen or transfer students but inone building its like living in a big closet with a roommate and the other one is spacious but still no A/C.

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Facts & Statistics

On-Campus Housing Available?
Yes
Campus Housing Capacity
1,009
Average Housing Costs
$4,548

Student Polls

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