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3 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: The housing campus looks kind of good. My friends that are residents do not complain about it but the exterior of the campus and a little more interior could have a little more work.

3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: The rooms are small and the bathrooms aren't always clean but all of the buildings are close together

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4 College Junior

Campus Housing: I personally have lived on campus for three years and plan to live on campus for my fourth as well. Factoring in the free laundry and cleaning services, common areas, access to study rooms and computer labs, and meal plan options, campus housing is a great deal. Ostapenko is a great option for those wanting an apartment feel without having to leave campus. Berg is probably the worst, but it is in a great location on campus. The housing process is a little stressful, but if you plan ahead and know what you want, it is usually easy to obtain. I have had a wonderful experience living in Rowley, Gerard, and now St. Joe's. All of them have been kept very clean, including the bathrooms. Currently, my living situation is great - bathroom has been completely renovated with all new fixtures and doors, my own controllable heating and air conditioning units, and a large desk and dresser. The RAs do a great job of encouraging students to participate in programs to get to know new people and create a welcoming, comfortable environment.

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2 College Junior

Campus Housing: Living on campus is very convenient, especially for the proximity to classes. However, living on campus tends to feel like boarding school, especially since it is a small school. Enforcement rules are very strict and the floor plans are very constricted, lacking privacy.

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4 College Senior

Campus Housing: I am a commuter, so I don't know much, but based on visits to friends' dorms and their comments, the dorms seem pretty okay.


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Rate campus housing on the following subjects    Based on 57 responses

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  • Overall building quality
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