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I'm going Thursday to tour the campus ill try and let you know.
HERE! This should help. I'm going for smith personally. This link has a list of all the locations of each dorm along with approximately how much it costs and a few pictures of each one. It really helped me, I hope it helps you too! Hope to see you next year!
I lived in Arnold and had a great time. (in 2005)
Arnold is near everything and isn't a bad place to live in. Arnold B is very great to live in just as much as Elliot can be.
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Written by Nate Stanley
Living in the dorms is a great way to meet your peers. Oftentimes, the friends you meet in the dorms are the friends you have even after you leave college. At Texas State, there are many dorms to choose from. When you sign up for the dorms, you even have the option to be placed on a floor (or even dorm) dedicated to your major. That means all of the people on your floor can have the same major as you! This makes group studying a lot easier because, odds are, you are all taking the same classes at the same time.
Freshman enrollment has been increasing in recent years, and because of this, the University has adjusted its housing policy. All students who are required to live on campus have to either make on-campus housing arrangements or get a formal exemption from the requirement before registering. Students under the age of 20 (with fewer than 30 credit hours) must live in on-campus housing; the same goes for students who graduated from high school within 12 months of starting at Texas State.
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