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Campus Housing


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4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I love that you are guaranteed housing for your four years on campus. Each building has it's own community and there is an awesome social atmosphere. The has are always clean, and people always have their doors open. Although the college is on the up side of pricing, the dorms are nice, and new ones have just been built.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Housing is pretty great. Most freshman live in doubles their first year, a few have a triple but they have their own bathroom to make up for it. It's not a forced triple.

Sophomores either get housing on North Campus, in Alumni or in the Suites. I've heard North is pretty nice, but you have to take a bus to get to main campus. Alumni consists of doubles. In the Suites, of 4 or 8, you pick, you each have your own room with a common room and kitchenette area. With 4 person suites, you have one bathroom and with 8, you have two bathrooms.

Juniors either live on North,in the Suites or in a townhouse and Seniors live in the townhouses. The townhouses have a bathroom, each has their own room, there's a living room and fully equipped kitchen.

College Junior

Campus Housing: I don't live on-campus so I am unsure about the quality of campus housing.

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: First of all, technically everyone lives on campus. There are dorms and apartments on 'North Campus', but they are a 5 minute walk or a 2 minute shuttle ride (so not too far away). All of the other housing on Main Campus are very close to the academic buildings, library, cafeteria, etc. There are many different living options. Freshman don't have a choice of which dorm building to live in, but they do have the option of choosing a roommate. My roommate and I are best friends and get along great. Are room is pretty spacious and we have a good amount of closet and drawer space. Each building has washing machines and dryers inside. The only thing bad thing about them is the fact you have to pay each time you use them, which gets annoying and adds up.

After Freshman year, you can choose to live in tripples, suites, dorms, or apartments. What what I know, the process is not complicated and if you have good grades, you are more likely to get what you want.

The cleaning staff is great and they are so nice. The bathrooms and hallways are always clean and you shouldn't worry about anything.

5 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Couldn't have asked for a better life on campus


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