College Freshman 2013-11-23T18:57:24Z
The housing is very good, depending on where you are staying. One of the buildings is very new and state of the arc- another is very old and does not have a/c. It really depends where you choose to stay- Housing does get taken quickly so if you decide to go here, I suggest you apply as early as possible for housing to get your top pick.
College Junior 2013-11-19T18:25:13Z
It really varies by what hall you live in. If you live in a nice hall that costs more than a two bedroom apartment to yourself, you will have niceties and a clean dorm, and probably never meet your neighbor. If you go with a cheap one, you'll still be paying slightly more than if you moved off campus, but they'll take care of you. You'll get to know other people, make some friends, and know that there'll always be something to do. I enjoyed my time on campus, but I'm glad to be off now.
College Sophomore 2013-10-29T06:00:43Z
I love everything about it.
Recent Alumnus 2013-05-30T20:54:45Z
I have lived on campus at WT for four years and am also an RA. I truly love the residence halls at WT. I may be biased in saying that Cross Hall is the best, but you cannot go wrong with any hall! Jarrett Hall may not have air conditioning, but the community and friendliness of the hall is unrivaled by any other. The halls are relatively cheap, however many new ones have been built which is causing the cost to rise.
College Sophomore 2012-12-19T22:27:58Z
I like to live on campus. It is fun, you meet a lot of people and you have easy access to the school resources. The dorms are okay, Centennial and Buff have are fancy, the rest are not that bad.
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