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Campus Housing

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3 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: I do not live on campus, but after being accepted into CNU, each incoming Freshman must attend Orientation called Setting Sail. It helps the Freshman to come to terms with no longer living at home, getting used to the new atmosphere, and discussing the multiple facilities available to the students. Each student was able to spend the night in one of the rooms in the residence halls.

I was assigned to a room in York East. The shower was extremely small; most of the bathroom itself was taken up by the toilet facility (which is co-ed), and the respective sinks are outside of the bathrooms near the doors. The room was small, but large enough for the two beds, desks, and wardrobes. In fact, during my Setting Sail session, eight people were able to sleep in my room, due to staying up late, and having rooms in other buildings. Two people slept in each bed, one or two poeple could fit into a sleeping bag beneath the raised beds, and one person slept on the chairs from a desk. All in all, it was a good time, and the rooms are good for storage as well.

3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: The housing at CNU is great but there are things that could be changed. The rooms are nice and big compared to other schools so that is nice and the suite styled bathrooms are great. But the housing lottery is a huge hassle and a lot of people this year did not get rooms and some people are forced to live in the same dormitories or underclassmen dorms instead of the upperclassmen dorms that were they were expected to be living in.

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: The dorms at CNU are great. As a freshman I got put in the older dorm, but I still had a spacious room compared to a lot of other schools. Even though I got put in what people say is the "worst" dorm, it was still an AMAZING experience. I had so much fun and the building was always clean. Housing takes care of issues (like laundry machine malfunctions or AC issues) reasonably quickly and there are laundry rooms on every floor, so you don't have to drag your laundry up or down a floor (keep in mind this was the case in the so-called "bad" dorm). The other dorms are even more spacious than mine and considering the low cost of housing, you're getting an amazing value.

3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Sometime there are three people to a room. This can be a bit close quarters, especially if you have the same schedule as your room mates.

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Housing is really nice but the lottery is awful

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Facts & Statistics

On-Campus Housing Available?
Yes
Campus Housing Capacity
3,710
Average Housing Costs
$6,408
Freshmen Required to Live on Campus?
Yes

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