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If you download GC Mobile on your smartphone/iPhone and go to housing and then dimensions. It will tell you all the measurements including windows and beds.
you can only see Adams. but im pretty sure all the rooms are the same
Yes. You will be able to see either the CA dorm or a someone else living in the building. Bell is so nice, but very small.
Adams Hall has a great location! It's one of the closer dorms to campus so the walk to class is less than ten minutes!
Awesome! Sounds like a good place to live.
The fact that the elevator is right in front of the entrance door will be awesome depending on floor you're assigned to. Trust me.
Oh that's great. I'm in room 401B but I'm not sure what floor that is.
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Written by Laura Thomas
The dorms are the main reason some students choose to attend Georgia College. Instead of living in crammed, outdated rooms with community bathrooms (like most colleges), you are able to live in spacious, suite-style rooms. You share your room with one other person and share a bathroom with your “suitemates.”
The dorms are very well maintained and go through vigorous inspections every year after the former residents move out. The Village apartments offer apartment-style living with a full kitchen and living room, and the option of either four bedrooms or two. The dorms are a five- to 10-minute walk to campus, which is especially convenient for early morning classes! To get to campus from "The Village," you have to take a shuttle, but the shuttle runs every 10 minutes, so it is never a hassle.
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