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3 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: The freshman housing is not the worst in the world, but it's not that great either. We had problems with plumbing, ants and cockroaches in our room, plus our hall (Lawrence Hall) had no air conditioning, making it pretty miserable for several months. All in all, I'm very happy to be living off-campus next semester!

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: The campus housing is ocnvenient and comfortable. It is close to most classes and the atmosphere is welcoming.

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: the housing is perfect distance from classrooms, and cozy

4 College Senior

Campus Housing: Since Point Park is a vertical campus, everything is very close together which makes living on campus very convenient. And with the sky-bridge that connects Thayer Hall and Lawrence Hall, many Freshmen don't have to go outside to get to many of the school's main areas, including laundry, the Registrar and Financial Aid offices, the mail room, or even the Cafeteria. College dorms are never the best, but I loved living there even as a freshmen. I living in both Thayer and Lawrence, and they were both very livable. Thayer has air conditioning but no private bathrooms, and Lawrence had no air conditioning but private bathrooms. I honestly really enjoyed them both! And if you really hate your roommate, there's always a lot of places to get away to in order to get some work done without having to be in your room.

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I lived in Thayer Hall my freshman year and wasn't too unhappy with my experience. It was a pretty big room and had no trouble with any of the furniture in my room. Having the air conditioner instead of a personal bathroom was honestly so worth it, when I visited friends in Lawrence Hall I had no idea how they survived without an air conditioner.

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On-Campus Housing Available?
Yes
Campus Housing Capacity
1,020
Average Housing Costs
$4,860

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