College Junior 2013-11-25T18:57:06Z
This is the major downfall of my school! The dorm I stayed in my freshman year was extremely small and for the cost of housing, it was terrible! It's one of the main reasons I decided to live at home and commute.
College Sophomore 2013-11-06T20:27:05Z
Campus housing really is not available at Ashland unless you bend the rules. You also have to be 22 to have a house on campus, or you have to be a commuter. Also, our campus is a dry campus, so their are very strict on those rules within the dorms, and everywhere on campus.
College Student 2013-08-10T05:55:18Z
The freshman dorms at Ashland are kind of small but I found them to be adequate for me and my roommate. We lived in a double in Clark which is a popular freshman all-girls dorm. The other girls on our floor were fantastic and our RA was amazing.
All of the dorms are pretty close to campus, it just depends on where you want to be. Kem and Amstutz are close to the football field and dining hall but are a little separated from the rest of campus. Clark, Kil, Meyers, and Jacobs are all very close to most of the classrooms and although their older are still really nice. The Senior Apartments are pretty big and are very nice.
The only real issue with Ashland housing is that you have to live on campus all four years unless you are married, have a kid or are over the age of 22.
College Sophomore 2013-04-28T20:18:23Z
The dorm rooms are generally very good. The biggest problem is that the students do not take care of them so many are messy.
College Junior 2013-04-15T00:46:35Z
Most of the female dorms are the best on campus. They are newly updated and feel very homely. The co-ed dorms are very spacious, but are not as updated. The all male dorm is of poor quality compared to the other dorms on campus.
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