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Campus Housing


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5 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Living on Marist Campus is a great experience. Every buildings is at most ten minutes walk away so it is really easy to get to class. The dorm I lived in (Marian Hall) is spacious and lively. The only negative aspect of living in Marian Hall is that the dorm does not come with a kitchen. During winter, it is really chilly but the snow makes the campus looks as if it's a picture. In spring, the grass could not be greener and the air is clean. Most of the students lie around or play frisbee and have fun in the campus green in front of the library. The library is always air conditioned and resembles a castle. The staff are always helpful and the book selections is expansive. The student center is the main building where every events is held. The student activities sell tickets to broadway shows and concerts at a cheaper price for the students. There are many great things I can write and write about living on Marist Campus and the list would never end.

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4 College Junior

Campus Housing: The dorms are great! As an upper classman you will have the opportunity to live in town housed, which allow you to have your own room. Marist uses a priority point based scale to select houses, so make sure you have a high number to insure you will get the type of housing you'd like.

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4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Freshman/sophomore have the most accessible housing. Juniors/seniors have a bit better housing but it is further away and more pricey. The housing process is a pain with way too many accepted students compared to the actual amount of housing. High chance you'll be in a buildup. Compared to other school's dorms that I have visited, Marist's seems to be more clean, spacious, and have less chance for theft.

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4 College Senior

Campus Housing: Freshman Year- CHAMP

Sophomore Year- MIDRISE

Junior Year- Foulton

Senior Year- Off Campus

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Freshman dorms are extremely standard, but sophmore to senior housing is spacious and promotes independence


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Rate campus housing on the following subjects    Based on 69 responses

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