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Written by Carolyn Keller
Juniata likes its students on campus, and requires noncommuter students to get permission to move off campus completely. If you want to stay on campus all four years, there will be a place for you, though many students choose to move off campus or into the nearby College-owned houses and apartments for their senior year. The increasingly large incoming classes also mean that it's becoming easier to get permission to move off campus if you choose. And if you're aiming to get one of the College-owned houses or apartments, keep your grades up. They're allotted based on seniority and cumulative GPA. In the end, it's worth it, as this housing is spacious and in great condition.
In general, off-campus housing is also safe and very close to the College. The majority of houses and apartments available for rent is less than a five-minute drive from campus, and many are even within convenient walking distance. If you choose to get your own apartment, it will probably be cheaper than staying on campus, but if you go through the College for off-campus housing, you'll have the cushion of feeling like you're on your own without having to worry about paying for things like heat. Aside from parking, the major complaint off-campus students have is that they sometimes feel segregated from the bubble that is campus life. Then again, that segregation is why some of them moved off campus in the first place. Off-campus living is not for everyone, but those that choose to move are usually satisfied with the experience.
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