College Student 2013-11-19T06:13:52Z
Not too much of a drive, the apartments are mostly filled with students so carpooling is pretty easy to organize, all things considered, its not bad, especially since I visit home alot, (mainly to see my dog) it works out well if you are a car-driver, which again, most people are.
College Junior 2013-11-15T17:56:39Z
Everyone drives here. There is no housing either... not yet at least. But a car is a must and cost depend on how long your commute is.
College Freshman 2013-07-12T06:00:37Z
North Georgia doesn't necessarily provide a bus system, however, all students are encouraged to bring a vehicle on campus. The Dahlonega campus in particular is relatively small, so buses are not needed very much to get around campus.
College Sophomore 2013-06-05T22:46:02Z
I live on campus and never have a problem getting to the store, to church, or home if I need to because I have my own vehicle. I have never bothered to look into any sort of public transportation because it is a small town, I have my own transportation, and I have never needed a ride anywhere.
Recent Alumnus 2013-01-20T01:39:18Z
It is a relatively small campus, and most people either walk or drive their personal vehicles to, from, and around campus.
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