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LLC for sure. You're equidistant to essentially all of your activities, there are elevators, coed floors and dining right downstairs
No to Riley (off campus and no dining on site)
Carson is okay (not coed)
LLC is great (active, coed, dining, new)
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The University of Oregon has nine different dormitories that cater to a range of needs and budgets. From the large rooms and private bathrooms of Barnhart Hall to the Bean complex, which is affectionately referred to as the "bad" dorm, you'll find many options in campus housing. The UO also provides a placement service to provide different environments for different interests, such as 24-hour quiet floors, substance-free floors, and so on. Although students recommend Barnhart and Carson over other dorms, the friendships and experiences that occur in the tight living quarters of places like Bean and Walton are the ones that stick with you over time.
UO always falls short in dorm space, so students should apply early for assured placement. This also means that you're not guaranteed housing for later years, so enjoy the conveniences of dorm life while they last. You should definitely spend your first year in the dorms because this is one of the best places to meet people and make friends. It is an unforgettable college experience. With so many different choices of rooms and communities, it's largely up to you to make your experience with campus housing what you want it to be.
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