College Senior 2013-11-06T20:34:24Z
I enjoy living on campus because it makes life much easier.
College Sophomore 2013-10-30T15:23:19Z
I personally cannot give a grade for the housing on campus becuase I do not live in them. From the exterior point of view, some buildings are older and some are very new, which are both maintained well. The word of mouth from classmates that live in the campus housing do not have any major complaints.
All housing buildings are spread about the campus. There is a short walk required to all classes and the student center.
College Sophomore 2013-10-17T00:13:05Z
Housing is fine. I would avoid Mead, since the rooms are small and it smells a bit funky, but the Themehauses, ELLC, and Memorial are all pleasant to live in. The latter has a nice fireplace to curl up to in the winters here...
College Freshman 2013-10-15T13:22:21Z
While there are only 5 dorms on campus, the diversity in housing options is rather large. A student can choose from living in a single, double, suite or townhouse. There is an all girls dorm (Mead), and a dorm that is co-ed by floor (McMillian). There is a place for everyone on campus, and the residential life staff really care that you are comfortable in your environment.
College Freshman 2013-10-08T19:39:11Z
The dorms. The school has lots of housing options--like townhouses and theme houses. All dorms fill up based on seniority. If you want and all girls dorm, there is one: Mead. It's not a highly recommended dorm though and it looks more like an asylum than a dorm. McMillan is odd and more for the sports community on Northland than anyone else, The ELC is great, and Memorial has great sized rooms and comfortable space. I live in Fenenga, which is great, definitely a party dorm and loud and friendly. If you don't like loud people running down the halls at midnight, probably not your dorm. The walls are paper thin for brick walls, and the basements are pretty sketchy but it's a really great dorm to live in and be a part of.
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