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4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: I've come to experience that on campus housing has been the best way to make friends. Some of my closest friends at this school were people that lived in my own hallway. There is such a community that exists that provides helpful tools that make you feel less homesick. People are typically generous and friendly, not everyone of course, but most. The RAs are your friends for the most part and are great to go to when you have any kind of question. There's also lots of activities provided for those who live on campus, like group talks, bbqs, and much more.

5 College Freshman

Campus Housing: All new experience, but a good one

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: The housing is really nice

4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: I heard it's going to change really soon but when I was entering as a freshman, the only options were Campus Village C (CVC), Joe West, and the Bricks (Hoover, Royce, and Washburn). When I left for break, the school was in the process of building CV2 as a new dorm for freshmen and I heard they were tearing down the Bricks. CVC (and I'm assuming CV2) will definitely be more expensive because they're suites so it'd be 8 girls or guys living in one big suite with a living room and kitchenette. Joe West and the Bricks were typical dorms where it's a hallway with a bunch of rooms on either side that are either doubles or triples (there are singles but they're rare likely due to cost). CVC and CV2 will be more private but Joe West and the Bricks allowed more socializing because of the layout.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: I loved living in the Bricks. There were tons of activities and events happening all year round and I made some great friends.


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