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3 College Junior

Campus Housing: They are not all great, some of the newer buildings are very nice to live in, very clean and open. How ever some of the dorms are old and are in need of serous repairs.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: I live off campus but most of my classmates seem relatively unbothered by their living arrangements.

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3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: The campus is beautiful- it really inspires so much creativity. The dorms are nice, but if you want a room mate, try getting into Goldstein. It is hands down the best facility for freshmen. If you want a single room, Keating is surprisingly well furnished (though the rooms are small). Appleton, Idelson, or Harmon are what you'll most likely be living in if you're in neither of the aforementioned buildings. They're not terrible, but they're not nearly as nice as Goldstein/Keating. I live in Idelson. I used to hate it, but now its grown on me and I really like the location and the privacy. A few freshmen are in the cove- I don't know much about that place; apparently its nice enough, but I have heard of one student that moved from the Cove to Keating because of a spider problem. As for cost, Idelson, Harmon, Appleton, Goldstein, and Keating all cost the exact same, so if you can, go for the better dorms and get more out of your money. Goldstein is basically the social "center" for freshmen- the main floor has the mail room, the arcade room, pool tables, ping pong, Res Life, a rentable kitchen, and a big recreational room with two flat screen TVs and a piano that people like to hang out in. Housing is pretty easy- it goes on a lottery system, but I think the first to apply have the best chance of better housing.

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3 College Junior

Campus Housing: Older Buildings – They've created new facilities which are state of the art green, but a lot of the older buildings have to catch up. It's an old school, but most of the upperclassmen just go off campus. Ringling is starting to buy surrounding areas to expand it's housing into actual houses.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Good Enough! The housing is completely fine here! No huge problems to deal with! Some buildings are older but besides that it is a really nice campus for housing!

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Rate campus housing on the following subjects    Based on 24 responses

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  • Overall building quality
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