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Campus Housing

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4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Living on campus has been an awesome experience because everyone from the RA to the people in the building are extremely helpful and friendly. Never had a problem with a maintenance issue.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Outdated, a work in progress

3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Well as a freshman and sophomore, you have a few options. SSV is great, you have a lot more space then if you live in MSV, you still have a roommate but you do get a little more privacy and you only have to share a bathroom with 3 other people rather than a whole floor. The problem with SSV is not that social, you barely know people on your floor unless you are friends or have classes with. It a lot less social and it does have to do with the more space you have. It is also kinda dark in the room, provide your own lamp, only on light in the room. Now with MSV, it is very social, it is great, you can go and live there and make friends right away with your friends, and it is cheaper than SSV but that would mean less space. You also have like very little privacy in MSV with a roommate and all.

I am not really up to date with the other housing options. And with getting the one you want, you using get what you want, which is kinda awesome about he school.

3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I don't live on campus...

2 College Junior

Campus Housing: Well I live in the housing. It's very anti social. There are a lot of foreign students and for the most part everyone keeps to their own culture speaking their own language. It's pretty much a crappy scene. Honestly if you get a housing scholarship it provides better value than living off campus but you still have to get a meal plan if you live on campus so it will not be for free. I don't like dorming a lot of people are gross, they don't clean themselves or the room. They should also room people based on level of intelligence that way you are more likely to find someone you have something in common with however they might room you with someone that is completely on the other end of the totem pole and it becomes hectic just trying to reason with people that conceptually utilize fallacies to reason. It's really tragic.

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Facts & Statistics

On-Campus Housing Available?
Yes
Campus Housing Capacity
2,231
Average Housing Costs
$5,546

Student Polls

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  • Appropriate level of rule enforcement
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