College Sophomore 2013-12-05T04:53:09Z
The quality of the furniture is not very good. The dorms I have lived in haven't had many amenities.
College Junior 2013-11-30T03:21:10Z
For what campus housing can be like, Hope College has some very nice options. They area cleaned daily, and have strict rules for people to adhere by, whether it be noise levels, students rights, or living environments. I personally loved living on campus. We like to live by the open door policy which is a great way for people to converse and meet other residents. The cost is fairly reasonable and on the similar plain as other colleges/universities.
College Sophomore 2013-11-29T01:58:06Z
The south side dorms (the dorms I live in) are very old and not the best quality. Having said that, the people that live in the south side make it worth it! It is a great and open community!
College Freshman 2013-11-08T05:13:04Z
The dorms are okay. Some are smaller than others. The school runs about 40,000 a year, but it is worth it.
College Sophomore 2013-08-01T17:22:30Z
There are many options for housing at Hope. Freshmen and Sophomores usually live in dorms. Some are nicer than others, with Cook being the best option. For upperclassmen, there are cottages, apartments, and houses available to live in. There is a new set of apartments, Cook Village, opening up this year.
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