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Campus Housing

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3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: The dorm I live in is said to be one of the best, but I don't know about the other dorms. It is very nice and homey. Some of the dorms don't have air-conditioning or such things, and they look rather run-down. Mine is very nice, though. Socially it is more noisy than I would prefer and I don't like some people's behavior. It almost felt like high school again. It is also very expensive to live in the dorm. Moving in and out is easy--the process of signing in and out, that is. Housing is a bit tight, but they if three people ended up in a two-person room, they were each given a discount, which is really great.

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I live in one of the oldest dorms, Aagard, which is an all-girls dorm, but I still love it. Because our dorm is so old, we don't have air conditioning, and there are days that the hot water (and the radiators) go out, but we all still love our building, and I wouldn't want to move to a different one. Aagard has character, and our common "suffering" brings us together as a dorm. Aagard is a bit quieter than some of the other dorms, I've heard, but as an introvert, I appreciate that. There are still fun things going on, though, and always doors open if you want to chat with people. We have a great laundry room, and hangout areas on every floor. Lots of places if you want to watch a movie with friends or do homework.

We also have a great relationship with our brother dorm, Farrar, and are very very close to the dining hall - perk!

5 College Junior

Campus Housing: Great community and housing opportunities

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Some dorms are kind of old and could use some updating but there are some that are fairly new. They also need to add more dorms as they are growing in population.

5 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I love living in the dorms and having that network of people. Most of the time people do get their first choice in housing but it isn't surprising to have the second choice. Aggard and Farrar are probably the farthest from most of the classes while PVG, Baylio, and Davidson are the closest. All of the bathrooms are cleaned everyday in the work week and are pretty nice for communal bathrooms.

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Facts & Statistics

On-Campus Housing Available?
Yes
Campus Housing Capacity
547
Average Housing Costs
$4,884
Freshmen Required to Live on Campus?
Yes

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