College Sophomore 2013-12-10T03:11:32Z
Freshmen year was the best! Great welcome and I've loved it every since, and I don't want to leave
College Junior 2013-11-28T03:56:13Z
Living in the dorms gets old fast, and most want to move into on campus apartments. It's always a struggle for girls due to our higher female ratio, but guys have a better chance. Best chances are getting in with someone you know who already ives there.
College Sophomore 2013-11-01T18:04:01Z
For the amount I pay, I should be living alongside President Obama in the White House.
College Junior 2013-10-30T14:25:59Z
I moved off campus. I don't know how the housing is currently.
Recent Alumnus 2013-08-01T00:04:47Z
I did my undergrad work at CU, and have worked for residence life, so I have lived on campus for 4 years, and will continue to do so as an RD while I earn my PharmD at campbell. The freshman dorms are gorgeous! Freshman definitely get spoiled rotten when it comes to housing. Because of this, many upperclassman who live on campus think they get the shaft when it comes to housing -and compared to the freshman, they do- but the upperclassman dorms have huge rooms, and are way nicer than the dorms I have seen at other universities. My sister goes to ASU, and she said her dorm room (that she shared with another girl) was smaller than my upperclassman room in my on-campus apartment (that I did not have to share with anyone). I rated housing an A- because there are no cooking amenities (if you live in a dorm, you HAVE to eat in a dining hall- if you have an apartment though, you do get a kitchen).
What I like is that residence life understands that Buies Creek is not exactly a metropolis, so they put on programs to give the residents something to do in the creek.
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