College housing is always difficult. However, John Brown University attempts to make the process smooth and is currently undergoing renovations in the dorms.
It honestly depends on what dorm you get in. If you get in the all girls dorm you're stuck with old bathrooms, creaky windows, bed bugs, and spiders because the dorm itself is so old. But if you're in Hutch (the newest dorm) everything is very up to date and the furniture is very nice and the rooms are pretty good size.
Dorms are amazing! Great place to live.
I live in Walker Residence and its heavenly. So spacious and there aren't a ton of people on our hall. I'm located right in the center of campus and some of my classes are even in my building, so it makes it very convenient for me. The California Cafe is also in Walker and that makes me very happy.
Mayfield: girls dorm, great community life, communal bathrooms, building old and needs to be renovated/ torn down. Close to most buildings
J. Alvin: boys dorm: great community life, building high quality, great layout that encourages interaction, I hear they have a climbing wall in the basement, close to everything, long legacy of awesomeness
Walker: Very new and high quality, closets have no doors?!?, easy access to all of campus and same building as Cali, mail, student center, etc. less rowdy community, suite style bathrooms
Hutch: chill community life, people friendly but stereotyped as introverted, nicest rooms, furthest from most things on campus (to get to the cathedral takes 8 minutes), athletes like to room here, suite and communal bathroom options, nice lounge areas.
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