Recent Alumnus 2013-11-18T20:48:14Z
Loved living in the dorms. Moved off campus once but moved back to the dorms because I missed the community there.
College Sophomore 2013-07-22T02:13:44Z
Harding is far too expensive to live on campus. And they make it nearly impossible for you to live off campus unless you're 23 or married. The dorms are far too strict. I understand the need to keep things clean, but we're not even allowed to light candles or have a pet fish!
College Junior 2013-06-26T15:52:09Z
I would rate it a A because off campus living offer me a better opportunity of eating healthier and eating the food that I want. And living off campus also gives me more personal space which I need a lot of personal space and guess what no curfew!! No one will check your room at midnight 12 am. Where I live is a Harding off campus apartment which is just about 5- 10 mins walk from campus so which is really convinient as mean of 'distance'. I have more time for my friends because I can invite my friends over and cook for them. However, a lot of the time, I will miss the school activities, club activities and other socialize events like that. Other than these living off campus is perfect for me .
College Sophomore 2013-05-19T01:47:52Z
From what I have heard from friends at other universities, the dorms at Harding are much better than most other places. I lived in Harbin this past year and is, in my opinion, the better dorm for freshman men. And for upperclassmen, I would recommend Cone, Keller or Graduate.
College Sophomore 2013-05-08T14:53:00Z
Harbin hall is great for freshmen. Along with cone and keller, which are the best for upperclassmen
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