College Sophomore 2013-08-02T17:59:55Z
Overall good housing compared to other schools in the state.
College Senior 2013-05-10T01:13:27Z
It exceeded everything I was looking for in a university. Not to far from home, given help from your professors and amazing opportunities.
College Sophomore 2013-05-06T18:40:46Z
The only good dorm is Centennial Hall and it is only available for freshman. It is a very nice suite style dorm that allows 4 students to share a bathroom and common area, but have their own personal bedroom. All other dorms on campus require you to share the bedroom with another person, even the off-campus housing for upperclassman.
College Sophomore 2013-01-22T01:28:17Z
Each building has its perks and downfalls. Like if you were staying in Brookside your freshman year, like I did, there's a lot of freedom. The RA's are pretty lenient, you can come and go whenever you please. The security is minimal. And that's a blessing and a curse. Tons of locals love to come around there, and do not mess with the locals at all. If you stay in Centennial, security is very high and rules are strictly enforced. Chipley is the all girls dorms and the oldest dorm. Rooms are really small, and has lots of problems just because it's a old building. Williamston I don't know much about. Upperclassman housing consists of Thomason, Lide, and Bearcat Village (off campus). Thomason is one room you have by yourself. Nothing special about it. It's next to Brookside. Lide is like apartment style living. Full kitchen and living room. Some rooms you have to share. Bearcat Village is apartment style also. Bigger than Lide, full kitchen and living room. If you don't have a car or transportation, there's a shuttle that runs like every 15 minutes. And you also have to share a room. All of these dorms, you have to share a bathroom with multiple other people.
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-04T19:20:20Z
The dorms are fairly nice and maintenance is very prompt, however, the nicest freshman dorms have very strict rules which are always enforced and the only way to avoid that is to live in a older building with less space.
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