College Senior 2013-10-30T14:45:19Z
Living on campus has an atmosphere like no other. Yes its a commuter campus but because it's not too large, bonds are made easily and quickly allowing the campus to feel like home.
College Sophomore 2013-05-18T23:36:18Z
The dorms are very clean and the school provides you with a safe enviroment. One of the negatives is there is not alot of on campus activities to take part in.
College Junior 2012-11-01T01:53:12Z
I love living on campus; I have lived here for three semesters now have very few complaints. The only complaints that I do have are how scummy the cops are and how terrible parking is. The dorms themselves are pretty nice, but Chandler Village, an array of town houses built years back, is pretty old and the interior is often blemished in one way or another. The practice the school uses to decide who gets housing and who doesn't, however, is questionable at best. Everyone is put into a raffle and if your chosen number is under 850, you get housing, if not then you don't.
College Junior 2012-10-06T18:52:05Z
For the most part I love living on campus at Worcester. There's always something to do or something planned. All resident hall are safe, clean, and spacious. The environment social wise, is very inviting. The staff, resident life, and resident assistants are all very nice, and helpful. Although Worcester is small the have a very nice set up.
College Senior 2011-08-14T16:24:45Z
Life at the Woo – There are three types of dorms in which one could live in at Worcester State University. The freshman dorms, named Dowden Hall, is an all freshman building that has just been remodeled. It includes the gym and a food store that has the best hours than the other food options. The rooms are either single, doubles, or forced triples. Another type of dorm is in Chandler Village, which is all the on campus apartments. Four to twelves people can live in the apartments. They have their own kitchen with a full size fridge as well as two to three bathrooms with showers. Some of these apartments can be coed living. Chandler does not have its own laundry room, one must walk through campus to use one if living in Chandler. Chandler is also the furthest from all academc buildings as well as dining halls. Wasylean Hall is the newest of the three. It consists of suites that contain two bathrooms and two showers as well as a full size kitchen and a common room. It has air conditioning as well as heat. Six people can live in the suites because there are two doubles and two singles. These dorms are by far the best and are not only for upperclassmen. Aside from the dorms, Worcester State has a small but convenient campus. Everything is within five to ten minutes of each other and it's pretty hard to get lost. For athletic facilities there are two weight gyms, a tennis court, turf multiplex field with a track, and indoor and outdoor basketball courts. The social atmosphere is a great environment, lots of people seem to get along with anyone. It has its cliques but people get past them.
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