College Junior 2013-11-05T22:42:09Z
Rowley is not a bad place to live in as a female freshmen or transfer. It is fairly clean & comfortable for your first year idea of living. The cost of living on campus should be either lowered or dorms should be renovated. Definitely livable and easy to get used to but the residence halls should be a little bit better for what you pay for. Ostapenko is the place to go...a fully furnished apartment, equipped with a kitchen, living room area, and two full bathrooms. You can't go wrong with that! All apartments are not the same size, some rooms are bigger, some rooms, are smaller, but definitely worth the money for the convenience and space. The housing process is fairly easy if you are prepared. The social atmosphere, could be better but it is what you make it with your surrounding peers.
College Junior 2013-09-23T17:49:40Z
We provide housing for all four years of undergrad, but there are some residence halls that are really nice to live in and others you hope not to be in.
College Junior 2013-07-10T18:04:22Z
The campus dorms at Marymount University have undergone some major construction making most of the buildings very nice! There are still some dorms buildings that are still very old and disgusting, but the Marymount community is working very hard to make the living areas more modern.
College Sophomore 2013-02-24T20:40:04Z
I currently don't live on campus but the visits I've made this would be the grade
College Senior 2012-08-20T21:42:26Z
I do not live on campus, only have an outsider opinion that it is fair.
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