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Campus Housing

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4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: It's pretty great to live on campus. It's so easy being close to everything for instance; classes and the cafeteria. It's also nice to just hangout by the fountain on warm days/nights. Great views of the mountains on campus.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: I feel it is required for every student to live on campus to actually experience not just the university academics but the social and self growth. The atmosphere is open and everyone is so nice and ready to start new adventures. I haven't had a bad experience at living at the dorms except sharing a bathroom and shower with many females.

5 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Beautiful Campus. Lovely people. A+

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3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Being that I am a freshman, I have only lived in Scott Hall. I would saying living there was okay, nothing special. The worst part about the dorm is just get past the couple of hot months when school first starts because there is no AC (pack your box fans). But, Scott Hall is also a great freshman dorm because of the few freshman dorms, it is the most social. There are always happenings in the dorm, which gives a lot of opportunities to make new friends. Proximity is also pretty decent because you are within 15 minutes of everything on campus (most things being less than 10 minutes walking away). The cost is one of the cheapest on campus, but like any other dorm, the room rate is still quite pricey for what you get (a cramped dorm to share with another person). And the housing process is easy. If anyone has questions, Residential living always offers to help with the process.

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I was relatively close to all my classes and I was close to the dining hall. Most everyone in the dorm I lived in was nice. The RA's were good. They always had some kind of fun event going on. The dorm I stayed at was not too costly. The dorms were a little small but I did not feel cramped. The housing staff did a good job in keeping the place clean. The dorm I stayed in came with a kitchen and study room on my hall. Also, in the lobby there was a television, ping pong table, pool table, and vending machines for snacks and drinks.

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Facts & Statistics

On-Campus Housing Available?
Yes
Campus Housing Capacity
4,054
Average Housing Costs
$3,632
Freshmen Required to Live on Campus?
Yes

Student Polls

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