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dorm rooms are made for usually two people and some dorms can have up to three, the microwave and/or TV, the microwave sometime come with if your dorm has a kitchen and some do, the TV is at your own cost. though to be safe get them both because dorms with kitchens go out fast, well depending the college/university you go to,if they even have dorms with kitchens. i know there're dorms like that a nyu.
It depends on the dorm. Some dorms have only 2 people to a room. My dorm has 5 people in it - - it is apartment style with three bedrooms, a small kitchen and a common area. You have to bring your own microwave and television.
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Written by Victoria Adesoba
Most of the NYU apartment-style dorms are really nice. Students tend to like Lafayette for its big rooms and because it is one of the more social dorms on campus. Broome Street is a downtown gem that is said to be overlooked; it has spacious rooms—some of the nicest NYU has to offer. Dorms such as Third North and Palladium offer a great uptown location close to campus and alive with a colorful atmosphere. Freshman dorms aren’t as nice, mainly because they are one room and have no kitchen. Weinstein, Brittany, and Hayden are some of the freshman dorms that offer on-campus proximity, but not necessarily the best rooms. Freshmen usually find it very helpful to be close to campus for their first year.
An NYU tour guide once said, “Enjoy the NYU dorms while you live in them. They are probably the nicest apartments you will be able to afford in New York City for a long time.” It’s true that there are some great advantages to NYU housing. First, there are no communal bathrooms whatsoever. Of course, you do have to clean your own, but at least you know whose hair you’re pulling out of the drain. Second, the dorms are in some of the most coveted locations in the whole city. Beyond that, the quality of most of the rooms is great—especially Gramercy Green with all of its shiny, new appliances. There are some downsides to consider, however. Dorms are very expensive, and if you ever move off campus, you’ll never get back into NYU’s housing system. NYU strives to provide as-decent-as-possible housing options (unfortunately, what you get depends on what you can afford), but NYU dorms serve as a safe home away from home, that is if you have a good roomie.
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