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Campus Housing

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5 College Senior

Campus Housing: As a transfer junior, my first experience with campus housing was living in Alosta Place with three other girls. I was very happy with the size and the layout of our apartment. When there was a need for something to be repaired or replaced, we put in a work order, and the maintenance staff was always very quick, efficient, and friendly. The social atmosphere was mostly warm and united, but because there are so many students and such a wide diversity, I noticed that it was difficult for every individual to feel like they had a significant place in their community. The most negative aspect that I can think of was the noise from the upstairs floor: guys who sounded like they were always whooping and stomping.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Its not new, but it is a place to live which is good for students who live with campus housing. Campus housing could remodel or update the living spaces because most of the time the living areas have damage

3 College Junior

Campus Housing: Which living area you choose is the key. I lived in Bowles and it had its pros and cons. It's the furthest from campus, but its pretty private. The curfew gets to be annoying, and the apartments themselves are old and not in great shape. Parking is insufficient, I had to park on west campus several times and get shuttled back to my complex.

5 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Dorm rooms are nice. Rules are enforced. Best dorm would be Trinity Hall, its the newest dorm and it has a/c controls in the room. Adams Hall is smaller and doesnt have a/c controlling.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Campus housing is great for your first year at APU. Based on my experience and my friends, we all enjoyed our time on the dorms and loved how close we were to everything, such as food, classes, etc. The housing process however, if you have issues with a roommate it is very hard to switch or get all of that figured out!

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Facts & Statistics

On-Campus Housing Available?
Yes
Campus Housing Capacity
3,081
Average Housing Costs
$5,188
Freshmen Required to Live on Campus?
Yes

Student Polls

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  • Appropriate level of rule enforcement
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