College Freshman 2013-11-24T06:32:09Z
The bathrooms are very dirty
College Sophomore 2013-11-08T02:13:44Z
Life living on campus is very nice, however, there comes a time where you feel like an outsider and you start thinking about wishing that the college could at least conduct more activities and make sure that they are aware of making all the holidays special and take classes off on holidays.
Another problem that I am disappointed with the housing is the fact that we have already paid enough for our housing and that we had to pay for the machine to fix our laundry. I believe that this is something that the housing tuition fee could also include in the housing bill.
College Sophomore 2013-02-25T19:43:07Z
I do not live on campus because I can not afford to live on campus, but if I could I would definantly live on campus.
College Senior 2012-11-29T18:35:16Z
I live in the on-campus apartments, and I feel that they are adequate for what you need, but they are not great.
Recent Alumnus 2012-08-13T18:42:17Z
First year students at North Park have a choice between four dorms on campus: Anderson, Ohlson, Burgh, and Sohlberg. Anderson and Burgh are co-ed by floor - Anderson is 2 floors of boys, 4 floors of girls, while Burgh is 1.5 floors of girls, and 2.5 floors of boys. Sohlberg is an all-boys dorm, and Ohlson is an all-girls dorm. I lived in Anderson freshman year and Burgh sophomore year, and loved both of them. I lived in an on-campus house junior year, and will be living there again this year. North Park offers on-campus housing for upperclassmen through apartments for 2, 3, 4, and 5 people, as well as houses for 5, 6, and 8 people. All campus housing is through a lottery system (aside from freshmen), which is a fair system, and has worked well. It would be nice to have more options, but for now, it is great.
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