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3 College Junior

Campus Housing: I lived on campus my first year in Canyon, specifically Hemlock. It was okay. I didn't like the fact that the gazebo was in front of the building because people would get rowdy at all times of the day. The campus isn't gated off or anything so sometimes you might encounter transients or homeless people in the gazebo asking for money or something. I lived in a suite, it sounds great but don't do it! The survey you have to take is only compatible with your roommate and not the other two people you have to share a common space with. The rooms are really small compared to just getting a double and not having the common space.

3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: At Humboldt I lived in Creekview which was an apartment style suite. It was very spacious for a dorm. There were 5 other people besides me in the whole suite, we all shared a kitchen and a bathroom. The kitchen had a stove, microwave, and an oven so that made cooking very convenient and easy. The bathroom had two sinks so that also made things a little easier. The rooms themselves were also very spacious. Certain things that bothered me was the ability for things to grow mold so easily because of the weather always being on the lower side. But as long as everything was kept clean it was not that big of a problem. Because of all these amenities, Creekview was the most expensive dorm and the furthest away from the dining hall and classes because of its location on a hill. Everybody was very quiet there and mainly kept to themselves besides the rare occasion on a weekend when you could hear other students through your windows and as they walked through the trail behind the dorms if your apartment building was located on the left of the hill. If you're a first time student I would not recommend staying in The Hill dorms. That is the freshmen dorm so it is known for its loudness and reoccurring problems but, it is located nearest to classes and the dining hall, also being the cheapest next to Canyon and Cypress. Canyon rooms are pretty small but is also closest to classes and the dining hall like The Hill and Cypress. Cypress has a lot of stairs to get to and from campus, that being the only downfall besides the proximity of all the other dorms, making noise a problem.

College Junior

Campus Housing: I don't live on campus.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Only from off campus student opinion

3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Good to meet people and learn about the campus and area. Rules are OK depending on your advisor. Some friends have tougher advisors. Lots of stairs.


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