College Sophomore 2013-11-06T16:45:33Z
I am not going to include the apartments that the college makes available as housing options in this review.
Off campus housing is rarely used, simply because it's not convenient and living in it removes you from the campus enough that you tend to miss things. Also, Chestertown is a pretty expensive place to live.
College Sophomore 2013-11-05T16:10:49Z
The school has off campus housing set up for students. They are apartments that come furnished with internet, cable, a washer and dryer, etc. The best part is that the school pays for it all and it counts on your bill as campus housing. Plus it has much more parking availability and it is a five minute walk to campus. They also have shuttles starting at eight. So as long as you are going through the school it is great. If you aren't, well I have heard of some major issues but since I have not done it myself I can not judge it.
College Junior 2013-09-29T15:42:49Z
The school is strict on off-campus living when it comes to a student's GPA.
College Junior 2013-07-18T16:09:24Z
I have only heard of other people living off campus. From what I have heard, landlords are quite nice. The houses are not always in tip top condition due to the historic age of Chestertown. Some students also live in the apartments called Kent Crossing. Overall if you have a group of people who want to live off campus, you will most likely be able to find a house or apartment for a reasonable amount.
College Junior 2013-04-01T15:43:48Z
We have a cleaning staff which is a plus but bugs can easily infiltrate the rooms. We also have heat & air conditioning which is very accommodating, especially because this Maryland weather is very unpredictable
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