College Sophomore 2013-07-31T19:04:17Z
The freshman dorm rooms are great. The rooms are set up with two to a room and suitemates that share a bathroom. The room has one living area to the front and one to the back with the closet separating the two thus giving more privacy. The housing process is easy and accomodating. We were able to select our room and suite mates.
The dorms are close to the classrooms and the atmosphere is friendly and safe.
College Senior 2013-04-28T17:38:51Z
The dorms on campus are bigger than most campus' and fairly nice. There are two styles to choose from, one that is more a dorm style, the other an apartment style. Most of the time maintenance is pretty quick about fixing things for you and there is a fair amount of space to live.
College Senior 2012-07-09T00:09:28Z
Upper Classman Dorms Are Better – The dorms at Concordia for freshman are not great but get better for upperclassman
College Junior 2012-03-03T04:42:07Z
Couldn't Ask for a Better Social Atmosphere – My campus has a small intimate social setting. There's no way you could forget someone's name there because everybody knows everybody else. It's one big college family.
Recent Alumnus 2011-07-17T20:13:56Z
Decent Experience on Campus for Non Freshman – The dorms on campus are very generous with spacing and in a great proximity to the rest of the buildings and locations on campus, such as classrooms, our student center, our gym, and our sports fields. The non-freshman dorms are equipped with cable and a heater for winter, as well as a full refrigerator, sink, and nice sized bathroom. The freshman dorms aren't as great. They're very narrow and small, with no cable hook ups or any kitchen utilities. Both dorms do have a decent social atmosphere, but the entrances to all rooms are outside, so students don't receive the social atmosphere that many indoor dorm halls have, such as students hanging out in the halls or doing homework, etc. Parking on campus is impossible, so most people do have a bit of a walk from their cars to their rooms. The worst part of living in dorms is the cost. It's really expensive to stay on campus, especially because if you live on campus, you are required to also purchase a meal plan. Also, the school RAs take their job very seriously and sometimes can act more like babysitters. The school has very strict rules regarding alcohol and when members of the opposite sex are allowed in your room. RAs consistently make rounds to check on students. This can be frustrating for students who have been away from home for awhile and feel like they're treated as a child.
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