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Campus Housing

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3 College Senior

Campus Housing: On campus housing is far too expensive. If you get the aid needed to cover it all, and especially as a freshmen or sophomore, you won't be phased by it; however, if you do the math, living off campus where housing is relatively close, you will have the same quality of living for 3/4 the price of what you'll pay living on campus. That is money better spent else where or saved for later when you might need it.

Do it your freshmen year for the experience-and because you may be required to, but after that, save a lot of money and live off campus.

3 College Senior

Campus Housing: I've never stayed on campus housing so I'm not sure how it really is.

5 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Living on campus I made friends right away and we are all very close to each other even after the school year. We always are lively and friendly to each other and get together sometimes to do whatever. The dorms are kind of small, but if you arrange the furniture in a certain way then it makes it look as if your room is bigger than anyone else's. The best way to have the most space in your room is to get a bunk bed. My roommate and I had one and everyone was saying that our room was huge. In my opinion the best housing to get would be Redwood Dorms. When alumni ask you "oh what dorm are you in?" and you say Redwood second floor, they immediately get a smile on their face and say that was the best dorm on campus. It is the best to live in because everything is close by, convenient and you see your floor mates very often and it is just an overall great atmosphere to be in.

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4 College Junior

Campus Housing: As in incoming freshmen, it's great to live on campus. After the first year i strongly recommend to live off campus if possible. My freshmen year was an experience and I'd definitely say for one to dorm, but after that try to live off campus.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: The housing situation is adequate but not exceptional. I lived in the dorms freshman year and the buildings were nothing fancy and even slightly run down. They were still quite expensive so it didn't seem like a great value.

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Facts & Statistics

On-Campus Housing Available?
Yes
Campus Housing Capacity
2,023
Average Housing Costs
$5,700

Student Polls

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