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It is hard to get a single simply because transfers get last pick of everything. I had to find housing off campus.
depends... if its a recent friendship, its probably not a good idea. Long term, you know, childhood best friends, took myspace pictures together, would probably be fine. I just know two girls from my school that are rooming together became friends just this year, and now they aren't so close, and one of them regrets the choice.
It all depends on your friendship. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. I did the lottery, because I wanted to meet new people. Sometimes that works and sometimes that doesn't, but I was very lucky and got a great roommate. Good luck
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Written by Kavita Gupta
Many undergraduates choose to reside on campus at UNC. Perhaps that is because the dorms on campus are quite nice or because of the myriad of social activities that are accesible on campus. One attractive feature of UNC housing is its convenience, as it stands right next to Franklin Street and as close as you can get to classes. Among traditional dorms and suite style dorms, UNC also offers living and learning communities with different themes for those interested in interacting with hallmates who share the same interests. Most living communities feature a recreational area, laundry facility, and outdoor sports area nearby. Dorms also come equipped with cooking supplies, movies, vacuums, and even gaming consoles for students to use.
UNC even offers a free "Fix My Room" service where residents report problems and someone on staff will come by promptly to fix the issues. UNC often spends time and money upgrading the dorms over the summer to give students a more comfortable and satisfying experience. Overall, students at UNC are happy with their living arrangements on campus, and many find their closest friends through residential life.
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