College Junior 2013-11-15T18:14:36Z
There is no campus housing, though there are a lot of affordable apartments close by!
College Freshman 2013-11-05T03:53:33Z
Living in the dorms is the best way to get to meet people. Getting to know the people on the hall is really important. The cost is a little high.
College Senior 2013-08-07T00:33:55Z
Because I am enrolled in the ROTC program and this school is a military college, living on campus is a requirement in most circumstances. Although the facilities themselves are recently renovated or new, there is definitely a noticeable difference about social life, rules, restrictions, and privacy as compared to a comparable civilian residence hall.
College Freshman 2013-07-29T01:16:06Z
Prices for housing at UNG is a little pricy and there aren't very many options of housing to choose from.
College Freshman 2013-07-12T06:15:59Z
The Suites are nice if you like to keep to yourself and have your own bathroom, but the only downfall is that you basically have to climb a mountain to get there, so expect a lot of physical exercise. Most of the traditional style dorms are centered off of the drill field so you don't have much of a walk to get to your classes or the dining hall; however, traditional style housing does have a public bathroom. It's not so bad if you are more of a social individual--plus, you don't have to clean your own bathroom unlike in the suites. Owen, however, offers an apartment style housing if you like the idea of having your own kitchen along with a bathroom. Though, all the residence halls incorporate a kitchen, but suites and traditional are public. Freshmen cadets, on the other hand, usually don't get an option of where they stay on campus and are grouped with their company--which will most likely be in Patriot, Liberty, or Gaillard.
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