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3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: first year freshman dorms aren't always seen as the best so it's to be expected as long as you're friendly with your roommate things shouldn't be too bad.

3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Some of the buildings are old and can use some remodeling. My favorite building is foundation 1. Living on campus works well though. As a freshmen and sophomore you are required to, but that is good because you are more motivated to get up for class.

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: To me its a great school.yes its not the most good looking of colleges, but it is good where it counts. you'll end up learning much more than you thought in a short amount of time. when you look back at where you started you'll be impressed by yourself.

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3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: The dorms are nice, but I wish it was more diverse. The dorms I currently live in are all females. I have no problem living with all females, I just think it would be nicer to live with both males and females. I think the cost of the dorms are a little bit high priced for the quality that we receive. I feel that for the price we pay, there should be more things offered. The social atmosphere is interesting. Everyone is friendly with one another, but everyone is only with their main group of friends. For example, at large group events, everyone is together, but after classes, everyone hangs out with the same people everyday.

3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Honors dorms are pretty nice, Foundation Hall II is decent for the most part, Foundation Hall one has the most spacious rooms, Nobody really likes Green and Anderson and I've only been to Hunter Hall like twice. Everyone for the most part is nice and it's easy to make friends. RA's will get on your nerves whether it's because they are to strict or because they are not strict (Foundation I strict, G&A not strict). They could do way better choosing roommates and with cleanliness. Main perks are social atmosphere.

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Rate campus housing on the following subjects    Based on 38 responses

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