College Sophomore 2013-11-10T03:02:35Z
Crazy expensive and 0 community
College Sophomore 2013-05-03T18:12:07Z
The freshman dorms at Evergreen are separated into four different buildings (Buildings A - D) each are unique. People are unable to pick their roommates or suite mates so who you end up living with will be a surprise. Although there are no kitchens, there are common rooms where people may gather to watch television or play games.
College Sophomore 2013-04-27T07:25:20Z
Currently, I am a freshman living in the freshman dorms. When you first enroll at Evergreen as an incoming Freshman of High School you are encouraged to live in the 'freshman dorms' because it allows you to gain a sense of community with other freshman who are in the same boat as you. You can either live in A dorm, B dorm, C dorm, or D dorm. However, if living in close quarters isn't something that appeals to you, you are also allowed to move into the on campus apartments, however those are usually reserved for upperclassmen and freshman who aren't directly out of high school.
College Freshman 2013-01-07T15:57:07Z
Room are well maintained, not too small, with lots of support
College Sophomore 2012-12-26T20:39:30Z
I have a BEAUTIFUL dorm. It's huge, big windows, wood floors -- absolutely no complaints. That's not the norm, but if you sign up early, you can get a great space. The bathrooms are kind of gross, but what college bathrooms aren't?
A dorm: party dorm, has TONS of fire alarms, especially at 1 AM
B dorm: "allergen housing" (not really. No one cares. It's just whatever. A LOT of weed.)
C dorm: nothing special
D dorm: "quiet housing" (not as quiet as you would think)
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