College Sophomore 2013-12-08T16:51:39Z
While there are plenty of dorm options, some of the dorms have smaller rooms than others, or some dorms have a reputation for being very rambunctious. It is easy to choose which dorm you would like as long as you do so early on, although the distance of the dorms from the buildings (where the location of classes vary) is sometimes problematic.
The social atmosphere is not one that I like, though, because most of the students are extremely loud and obnoxious, and they won't quiet down no matter how many times you ask them (only a couple do quiet down), so it may be midnight or 1:00am before you can finally sleep peacefully. The school tells the students to show respect to others wherever they are, including the dorms, but obviously the dorms don't count in the minds of many students.
College Junior 2013-10-01T00:36:52Z
Dorms are in good condition. It's nothing spectacular, but works for almost everyone
College Sophomore 2013-07-24T01:30:35Z
The dorms are all fairly nice at Cedarville. The cleaning staff comes once a day Monday-Friday to clean the bathrooms. There are different dorm types available: hall, townhouses, and group. My favorite dorm so far has been Wiletts. Maintenance will always come if you request them to fix something. The bathrooms are clean and the showers are individual. The only downside to their housing is the difficulty of getting off-campus. Only a few are selected each year out of the many who apply.
College Senior 2013-07-16T12:03:09Z
The dorm life is a lot of fun! I really enjoyed getting to know other students. I would prefer to live in a hall stall dorm!
College Sophomore 2013-05-13T22:38:49Z
The housing process is stellar at Cedarville University. There is no lottery system; students select their own housing, first by continuing students who wish to keep their room, then by order of credit (seniors, juniors, sophomores, then freshmen). The pool tables in my dorm's (St. Clair) lounge were not kept up, but no one really used them. Freshman are not restricted to certain dorms; however, there are certain associations of dorms with the types of students living in them (e.g. The Hill is stereotypically the place for engineers, because of its proximity to the engineering building).
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