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Written by Megan Urry
All of Georgia State's dormitories and University apartments are fairly new, having been built as a part of the school's recent effort to make the campus more traditional. Each of these complexes houses mostly underclassmen or athletes, as the older students tend to rent off-campus apartments or houses around the city. The housing facilities are up-to-date and function properly, the only downside being the location of some of these buildings. During the day, students have access to tons of restaurants and school services, but at night, most of these businesses are closed and require a bit of a hike to find entertainment or a bite to eat (so having a car is a plus).
There are only three University housing complexes on campus, and all three are generally well-maintained and have little wear and tear. The Freshman Hall dorms are the smallest of the bunch. These traditional dormitories are a good introduction to campus life, in addition to being a good atmosphere for meeting other freshmen. The Lofts and Commons are both fully-furnished and open to all class levels. The Commons is the largest housing complex on campus and allows for lots of student parties and socializing. The Lofts, on the other hand, have the roomiest apartments and house athletes and mostly upperclassmen, but aren't suited for nearly as much socializing as the other two housing options. Those that prefer a quieter, more mature and private atmosphere tend to gravitate toward the Lofts, while those that don't mind a little noise at night or want to partake in social events on a regular basis might want to live in the Commons.
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