College Junior 2013-11-15T22:31:10Z
Living on campus have perks and amenities that not many students would see right away. The social interactions with students, professors, and faculty is invaluable to building a great social network. The residential hall are consistently watch over, and order is maintain to a good degree. There are always activities and events happening just right around the corner on campus. Since this particular campus - the University of Tulsa - is small enough, everything is within walking distance.
College Senior 2013-07-25T19:56:35Z
The living spaces themselves are really not bad at all. In fact they are expanding their housing options to some off campus apartments and a new residence hall. The problem that I have with campus housing is the hassels of signing up for a housing assignment as well as how helpful the housing office is, not the RA's, AC's, ACA's, or RD's, but the people working in the office. From observation, and a little bit of experience, the office is disorganized and can potentially not be helpful at all or certain situations
College Junior 2013-03-27T19:49:28Z
The freshman dorm at TU look great from the outside. But when you get inside they are dark, hollow, smelly, and the bathrooms are the worse! The houses are a bit better because you get decent meals but I would still say are in poor condition in terms of cleanliness. I think apartments are a better option as an upperclassmen. The plus side is that the dorms are pretty conviently located near classes.
College Junior 2013-03-12T06:04:36Z
The freshman dorm, Fisher South, is a great place to make friends. The University apartments are a great place to live and they aren't much more expensive than the dorms.
College Sophomore 2013-01-17T03:22:56Z
Fisher West Suites is absolutely fantastic. Almost like having an apartment. I love being able to say my dorm has a living room and a bathroom with granite countertops!
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