College Freshman 2013-11-18T18:05:05Z
I from a small town. The freedom and choice of thing to do is great!
Recent Alumnus 2013-11-09T15:20:55Z
Marshall's dorms range from very poor to excellent depending on where you are assigned. For example, the freshman dorms are an excellent transition to campus living as the provide the latest and top notch amenities when it comes to dorm living. You get one roommate, a personal bathroom, study centers, lounges with pool tables and table tennis, and even a theatre. The older dorms, however, are much smaller and provide the bare minimum.
College Junior 2013-11-05T03:02:58Z
I love my dorm room. It's a large room that gives me and my roommate more than enough space. I'm in a suite that has 4 2-person rooms that lead to a huge common room (and i mean big! it has 3 sofas, 2 tables, and a tv stand in it) and 2 bathrooms. there are 5 of us in the suite, They are NEVER filled up, so 3 of us share 1 bathroom and 2 share the other.
All the suites have their own thermostats, and no one has to worry about the temp. Even the oldest dorms have AC as far as I'm aware. My RA is very lenient and fun, but is good at dealing with any problems that arise. The maintenance is great if you ever do have an issue, and laundry isn't a big deal either.
College Junior 2013-08-26T04:04:56Z
I don't live in dorms, we couldn't afford it, but I have stayed in them. Freshman dorms are nice and there are a couple others that are nice, Towers are kinda run down though.
College Junior 2013-07-24T17:29:57Z
The freshman residence halls as well as Marshall commons are amazing and the only ones with private bathrooms. There are a lot of options to be close to classes. But the prices for certain housing can be expensive. Single rooms are obviously going to be more expensive then ones with roommates.
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