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I want to say unless you're either a part-time student or commute then you must live on AU campus
no you don't have to live on campus, but depends where are you commuting from?
I know from my tour a few weeks ago that as a freshman you must but I'm sure you could work something else out otherwise...but I've also heard from students there that housing off campus is usually 2x as expensive so not many do.
Im deferring my year of admission and I have many friends who are enrolling for the class of 2017. So by the time I arrive they will be sophomores and I was just considering if it would be a possibility if I would be allowed to live off campus with them as a freshman?
I kind of want to say no.. but I would double check with AU
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Written by Jesse MacDonald
AU dorms cater to students of varied dispositions. The North Side dorms of Hughes, McDowell, and Leonard are considered quieter, and residents there say they have tight-knit communities because they are smaller. The South Side dorms of Letts, Anderson, and Centennial are home to more frat brothers and sorority sisters, and are therefore a little rowdier.
Leonard is home to the school’s many international students, and there are specialized floors elsewhere, including all-women's floors and community service floors. Honors floors and Learning Community floors, where students live with similarly interested roommates, are becoming increasingly popular. Most students are satisfied with housing options, as long as they live somewhere appropriate to their personalities. Many freshmen live on campus and say it makes meeting people easier, but by junior year, students start moving off campus.
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