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Campus Housing

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1 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Our housing is terrible the room are small the carpets are old and for the past two years I have not had a working heater. For how expensive the drums are it is no where near worth it

3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: The dorms are a pretty decent size. There are 2 dorm buildings however, they are connected.

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Carlow offers many opportunities to get involved in campus life, internships, volunteering, and job opportunies. However, the building is old so there have been issues with pipes bursting and the fire alarms are very sensitive. The faculty and staff are all very kind and caring. Overall it's like a comfy homely community. Very enjoyable.

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3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: The buildings are old, except for the science building, and they are remodeling a building on campus. The dorm rooms are pretty big compared to many schools. The bathrooms are always clean. You can get from your dorm room to any building on campus within five minutes or less. The cost is kind of crazy, but the financial aid office does all that they can to help you out.

3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I go to a private, for-profit university, and I suppose considering that, housing costs aren't that bad. It's about 5K a semester. The dorms are traditional living style, with communal bathrooms/showers and whatnot. There are a handful of suites, but you have to apply and they're usually given to the seniors. But I mean, it's not BAD. I quite like living in the dorms. It's SO MUCH NICER than commuting, which I did last semester. I get more work done, and I have more friends now, and i feel more connected to the school. But it's a small school, so if here's drama with anyone, everyone knows about it, which can be really irritating because you can't escape it. The people can be really petty, so the social atmosphere could be better, but all things considered, it's not bad. The housing process isn't that complicated from what I've seen of it. Overall it's pretty nice, but it can really suck sometimes.

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Facts & Statistics

On-Campus Housing Available?
Yes
Campus Housing Capacity
415
Average Housing Costs
$5,120

Student Polls

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