Recent Alumnus 2013-11-18T20:52:16Z
Off campus housing is great if you really want your independence or if you are newly married. On campus is great for club bonding and developing strong spiritual relationships.
College Sophomore 2013-10-28T21:59:16Z
The options are great. There's a variety of both university- and privately-owned housing in the area, most of which is within walking distance. Harding gets a B because it's almost impossible to qualify to live off-campus. You have to live on-campus until you're 21 or married, which is annoying.
College Sophomore 2013-02-16T07:38:13Z
In the past year, Harding has built several gorgeous apartment complexes on campus.
College Senior 2013-01-15T04:36:22Z
The school off campus housing is great. The availability is good. There are many places someone can live. The cost is really inexpensive. Within the cost of rent include most utilities and the apartments are in good condition. Also the area is a safe neighborhood and the people make you feel very comfortable and welcomed.
Recent Alumnus 2011-10-18T02:54:48Z
Freedom for a Price – Along with off-campus priveledges (such as no curfew, no dresscode, no health & safety inspections), come a few down-sides. The city is really trashy and most of the houses are old. You can find a cheap deal close to campus, but if you are high maintainence, this would not be the best choice. The nicer houses are further away and much more expensive. Personally, I don't mind creaky floors and killing bugs, and I LOVE the freedom of not having a curfew, so my house works well for me. It also ends up being cheaper because I'm not required to get a meal plan. (I suppose off-campus really doesn't apply until a student is eligible anyway, which is usually around senior year, if that!)
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