College Sophomore 2013-07-06T13:20:13Z
I enjoyed living in the dorms as a freshman. The order of best to worst dorm would have to be: Juniper, Furness, Spruce, Pine. Juniper is the newest building so it is the nicest. Furness is older but it's attached to Hamilton Hall and has a living room and kitchen which Spruce does not. Spruce is just small but it is a clean building. Pine has small elevators, a wooden stair case for the fire escape, and just isn't great.
College Sophomore 2013-03-23T15:41:09Z
My dorm was horrible, from pest to things breaking, but they do have a nicer dorm building.
College Sophomore 2013-02-10T16:39:52Z
Depending on what dorm you live in, you're going to have a different experience and opinion about UArts on campus housing. It ranges from decent to excellent in terms of renovations, age, amenities, and convenience. I believe Juniper and Spruce are the nicest for the interior of the rooms, while Pine and Furness are could certainly use some work. But the nicest part is living in apartments, there are so many varying room types to be placed in- spacious studios, single bedrooms, two bedrooms, full kitchens, kitchenettes, and personal bathrooms. For every dorm, there are pros and cons to be determined by the individual.
College Sophomore 2012-12-31T08:10:36Z
There are four dorms for all students. Many freshmen have been placed in the nicest dorms- Juniper and Spruce- though there are upperclassmen and graduate students in the worst dorms- Pine and Furness. The placement of students is unpredictable, however, students may transfer to other dorm rooms or buildings. They are all set up as apartments, ranging from studios with small kitchen areas to three bedrooms with full kitchens. Being in a city, the housing is relatively expensive, and many students look to live off campus in their own apartments. The dorms are also a great way to meet new people you wouldn't otherwise know outside your major.
College Junior 2012-10-15T02:22:50Z
Notorious for bug problems. The school doesn't do much to help either. Juniper is the nicest by far.
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