College Senior 2013-11-07T08:13:26Z
I lived on campus for 3 years. I lived in Gillespie hall. I loved every minute of it. They say Gillespie is the "hotel", Caldwell is the "prison", and and Hellen White is the "home".
College Senior 2013-08-26T04:53:55Z
Each of the five dorms are uniquely different in the convenience, atmosphere, and quality. None of them are coed. Caldwell Hall, one of the three women's dorms, is the where many of the freshmen are placed, and also seems to be a favorite among dancers, visual artists, and musicians, due to it's proximity to the Center for the Arts and the art studios. Gillespie, which holds the largest dorm rooms on campus, is where the other freshmen women go if they're not in Caldwell, and is predominantly female athletes and dancers that would prefer to be closer to the cafeteria, but still a short distance from the dance building. Helen White houses almost entirely upperclassmen women, and is the closest to the main campus building, and also the nicest quality rooms. The men's dorms, Wells and Robertson, are connected by a common lobby. Wells is the freshmen dorm, and is the smallest, and uncomfortably so. Robertson is a comfortable size for two, and is by far the better of the two men's dorms, though the quality of the room is on more par with Gillespie than Helen White.
Recent Alumnus 2013-08-20T02:09:11Z
I really have no idea, I attend a satellite campus up in TN that's for adult learners, and I live at home. I did visit the campus for preview weekend, and the dorms seemed very nice, and I had a friend who attended who LOVED it. So they can't be terrible.
College Senior 2013-05-03T17:59:00Z
I didn't live on campus but according to my friends and considering the time I spent there I believe that living on campus is a very pleasant experience, not only because of the convinience of being close to classes, dining room and other facilities but also because it promotes constant interaction with other students, which is the most important thing.
Also the dorms are very clean and organized, which allows every student to be comfortable and perform better in any stance (sports, classroom, relationships with people and etc.)
The cost is higher than living out of campus, but the comfort that it generates is worth it.
College Sophomore 2012-11-15T16:33:02Z
There are several options for housing from more private to community bathroom environment.
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