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Campus Housing

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4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: I truly enjoy the campus housing. There are many dorm buildings throughout the campus.The buildings, from what I have seen and heard, are in great shape. There is an occasional leaky pipe or construction work going on but, overall, the buildings are great.

5 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I love it! Wouldn't change it for the world!

3 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: The best option cost the most which is Northpointe. This particular building generally has two to a room with a bathroom and has the most space compared to other buildings. The worst option is the Lindens. This building has jail like walls and it has generally six to a suite with one bathroom that has one shower and two bathroom stalls.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: The Lindens are nice. They are close to the SUB (cafe) and most of the buildings where classes are. Northpointe is probably the newest and the nicest, but it is the most expensive.

3 College Senior

Campus Housing: The Lindens are the average college housing experiences. Sometimes you can have rowdy suitemates who like to throw parties while you and your roommate lock yourselves into your room. This can lead to lack of sleep and very full bladders. RAs, in my experience, don't really do much. They'll come in and say, "Hey, keep it down," without any real threat behind it. Also they don't really care if you have alcohol even though it's a dry campus. Thermostat fights with your suitemates are also common. The Lindens are convenient because they're right next to the Student Union Building, where the main dining hall is. They're also relatively close to the classrooms on the Teaneck side of campus. The classes on the Hackensack side are a bit of a walk. Occasionally, sororities/fraternities hold rallies or something in the middle of the night? But I'm usually up at 2 am anyway because I'm a masochist so it's not really a big deal for me. Northpointe is very nice. What first comes to mind is the relief of walking in to the beautifully temperature controlled buildings after the long walk back from lunch at the SUB in August. While rooms are more spacious than the Lindens and you don't have to worry about suitemates, it's a far walk to the SUB. It's pretty close to Jeepers but you have to pay/use flex money there.

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Facts & Statistics

On-Campus Housing Available?
Yes
Campus Housing Capacity
980
Average Housing Costs
$8,424

Student Polls

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