The College's dorms are not too bad. Since most students at Berea come from lower-economic backgrounds, the dorms are an improvement from what many students may have been used to in the past. The women’s dorms are really comfortable and a joy to live in, except for Seabury, and the men’s dorms are really comfortable, except Bingham and Dana. Blue Ridge is a great place to live but is far from campus, which can get annoying. The most wanted dorms are Kentucky-Talcott and Edwards, but the other dorms are fine to live in, as well.
Most of the rooms in the dorms are spacious and provide enough room to satisfy a student when it comes to comfort. The dorms are usually clean, but there will always be that one person who is a little messy. No matter where you go, living in a different place is always awkward at first, but once a student adjusts, they’ll see that the dorms are quite nice here. Berea College housing is more than enough for the needs of the students.