College Sophomore 2013-11-20T02:21:15Z
I have had many other peoples mail put into me mail box and it really frustrates me. Also, as a sophmore I have first pick on a dorm spot and I got the complete opposite of what I asked for.
College Senior 2013-01-20T15:08:10Z
Freshman dorms are really nice and the Village is definitely an awesome place to live. All of the housing options on campus are pretty much brand new and there are even housing right off campus that is really great as well.
College Sophomore 2013-01-15T01:06:15Z
The housing is great and convenient. I love that we have a game room and a laundry room right across each other so you don't have to stand around bored. The quiet hours are great for when midterms are coming and finals. The only thing I wish were better was if our floor kitchens would remain open 24 hours, some of us don't get to eat in time.
College Junior 2012-12-28T20:45:36Z
This school has a fantastic Living Learning Center (LLC)for Freshman and up that is directly connected to the Student Union providing them easy access to the cafeteria, bookstore, and open hangout space. It also has two classrooms in it along with several lounge areas, game room equip with pool and ping pong tables and vending machines, a kitchen area and a study lounge. Students are housed two to a room with four in a quod sharing a front door and hall with bathroom and sink area. Each room comes with adjustable beds as well as two desks one for each student. Single rooms are available as well. All doors lock on their own for safety and card entry is required through most units. Each section of living halls and floors have their own RA's that are very helpful that work in shifts at the front desk in the main hall and they are provided with mail slots for students who so wish to use them.
For Sophomore and Upper Classman there is the Village, an apartment style housing. Within its fenced in perimeter there are four buildings standing three stories tall each houses three to four students per living unit. They all share a main living room space furnished with a sofa, arm chair, and coffee table. A Kitchen minus a dishwasher. Also there is a coat closet/hanging area by the door. Off of the main room are the sleeping quarters typically one side is two separate rooms that share a bathroom each room has their own closet, dresser, desk and side table. The other rooming is typically a two person room having the same set up as the dorms typically a hall with a bathroom for the two and a hall closet. All doors lock automatically, card and code entrance is required through all gate entrances and exits except the front pavilion which is open from 8am to roughly 10pm. At the Pavilion they have a lounge area, washing and drying units, a patio, vending machines, a meeting room, pool table, television, and mailing boxes. Each building has an RA and they have random meetings and social for students to meet and have fun together.
College Junior 2012-10-08T23:52:05Z
Dorms at Washburn are great! If you decide to live in the dorms, especially your freshman year, there is no way you won't make lots of friends. It is a the social buzz aside from Greek houses. Three of them are all built within the past 11 years and they are pretty affordable.
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