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average bathrooms. it really depends on the people living of your floor. if you have clean ppl you have a clean bathroom.
The bathrooms and showers in Dahl Hall were just renovated last year and are extremely nice - locks on the shower stalls, (pretty) clean bathrooms, nice big counters and mirrors as well.
Although the whole floor (35 girls) shares three showers and three bathroom stalls, I have only had to wait for the shower once in the past 8 months, and have never had to wait for the bathroom. And they're clean!
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Freshmen mainly live in the dorms. There are some upperclassmenwho live in the dorms but they are mainly RAs (Resident Assistants) or have a scholarship that stipulates that they live in the dorms. The dorms are a great place to make friends freshman year, and those friendships usually last throughout college and life. Incoming students don't have to worry about not knowing anybody when they first move into the dorms because the RAs do a great job of getting students involved and meeting new people.
After freshman year, most students are ready to move out of the dorms and into a house or apartment. There is sometimes a social taboo on students who still live in the dorms after their freshman year and don’t work in housing, although it is very convenient. On-campus apartments are also available to live in if a student wants a little more freedom then the dorms. The apartments are very similar to living in an apartment off campus. The main difference is that the on-campus apartments are still alcohol-free.
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