College Freshman 2013-12-08T22:41:52Z
It's average college town housing. Average quality, average prices, just average
College Freshman 2013-08-26T16:16:25Z
River Falls is a small town, a college town actually, so it's very convenient to move around, and a lot of houses of apartment complexes, are fairly close to the University and they're fairly affordable (around $200-$500 per month), depending on what you are looking for and whether you have roomates or not, finding a place to stay off-campus is very easy, the University even has a list of off-campus housing, or you can find posts from people all around campus with information about housing. So finding and being able to live off-campus shouldn't be a problem.
College Sophomore 2013-02-25T21:16:04Z
pros- no meal plan. no housing contract. freedom.saves a lot of money.
cons- you have to pay bills right away. getting out of the housing contract for the first 2 years is very hard.
cost- varies. The cost of living in an apartment or house is worth it compared to living on campus in the dorms.
availability- there is usually houses or apartments always available, just not maybe the close distance.
safety- campus and the surrounding town is very safe.
parking- the cost of parking kind of sucks but it is definitely worth it if you are a commuter or drive home often.
College Junior 2012-07-31T22:10:32Z
Off campus housing is very popular amount students once they reach the junior and senior level being as you are required to live on campus for your first two years. Its pretty easy to find an apartment or house and its a college town so most places can fit your budget.
College Senior 2012-04-26T21:13:02Z
I have only had experience living in the dorms, but I do think that where I am living next year the apartment price is very reasonable. However, I do know of other apartments near campus that are very expensive even when split between 6 people.
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