College Sophomore 2013-12-08T21:09:14Z
I've had terrible experiences and I've had wonderful, it all depends are where you live. My first year, I lived in Sunset dorms. The setup was you had your spacious room (single, double or triple), on either a co-ed or gender specific floor, and you shared a bathroom with everyone on your floor (of course different bathrooms for the co-ed floor). The social atmosphere was great there since you're sharing common areas with around 50-300 people. All my good friends were made living there. The CA's, or authority figures, were kind and understanding. Ours was laid back to a fault, he was fired after that semester. The furniture was decent and convenient considering the cost of living. The housing office employees were always helpful and quick to respond. There are several places to eat or buy food on campus, some bad, some good and prices range from cheap to ridiculous.
My second year I spent in the Creekview Apartments. I lived in a single bedroom and shared the common areas with four of my friends. The space was large with big windows and nice furniture in the bedrooms and living room/dining room. The views are amazing since you're tucked away in the forest, but you are on top of a steep hill and farthest from the main campus. Parking is great though, compared to Sunset where they allotted 15 spaces for over 600 people. My huge problem with Creekview was the authority figure. She was clearly on a power trip, writing you up for the smallest of broken rules. My roommate once got written up for lending me her key card because I'd left mine in the apartment. My other roommate and I received mandatory dorm changes after an argument over dishes. Her reasoning is it was violating roommate responsibility. I'm now on housing probation because I argued with her outrageous ruling.
College Freshman 2013-12-05T21:19:44Z
I don't use, nor have I be into, the campus housing, so I cannot judge it except superficially. It looks fairly nice from the outside and is very close to classes.
College Freshman 2013-11-28T22:11:25Z
Living on campus is an experience. The saving grace is our open mic night, when there is really a sense of community and creativity. There's lots of music, lots of hacky sack, lots of laughter, a good amount of noise if you live in certain areas. The cost is somewhat ridiculous, but I find college to be overpriced anyways.
College Senior 2013-11-18T19:03:10Z
its clean and pretty and you get to know otther students really well
College Junior 2013-11-12T03:38:19Z
New dorms are clean, key-coded, have kitchens and are gated. I don't live in them myself, so I don't know a lot about the process.
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