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4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Very spacious but homey feel to it. I love the new and old amenities mixed into the school.

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: The housing is great. Everyone on your floor is like a huge family. The cost is decent for the dorms but you do automatically get a scholarships to help out with the costs. Depending on the floor you live on, depends on the furniture you have. Some rooms have lofted beds while others do not. Some rooms always have moveable furniture while others do not. The rooms do come with a mini fridge and a microwave which saves a lot of money.

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3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I do not live on Campus, but I have heard about it from my friends. I have heard that campus life life is good. I have been to my friends rooms and they are clean and spacious. The dorm also has several community rooms to spend time with friends, which is really nice.

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Carlow University is a great place for resident students. The dorm building is extremely close to all of the buildings, allowing for a maximum 5 minute walk to class. Dorm life allows for building friendships with a roommate and those who live around you. The dorms are relatively spacious compared to many other universities and the RA's are pretty lax with rules.

3 College Senior

Campus Housing: From touring other colleges in and out the area, this college seems quite focal. It's small, surrounded by amenities, not much land and dorms and halls are up the driveway. If your GPA is above average ( i.e. 3.0) you will be given scholarships to pay for room and board. Dorms reflect groundwork because they are trying to expand the housing for more incoming students.They are big, fancy and modern day like the other bigger colleges in and near the area, but it's livable. The cost of it is quite high for the conditions, but if you can afford it then it's convenient. My opinion, if students can commute, then they should to save $8,000 from heightening their tuition. Otherwise, you should room with someone for the room and board to be divided in half. Once it's paid for they give you your room key and help you move in.The girls are very sociable. They plan the campus activities and help keep the spirit alive. Students get ecstatic on weekends like any other college.If you need help or have any questions or concerns about campus life someone may be willing to help.


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