Madeline Howard.

Chapman University (CU)

This is a tour of my off-campus home at Chapman University. Students are required to live on campus for their first two years of school, but many choose to live in off-campus housing for their junior and senior year. Here is a tour of my off-campus room.

Madeline Howard.

Chapman University (CU)

Meet my roommate Piper! Piper is a junior Television Writing and Production major. We sat down to talk about the pros and cons of social life at Chapman University.
There are a lot of traditions on campus. The Crim Dell Bridge represents the joining together of two parties. At graduation you and the rest of your class walk across the bridge, uniting as one.

Yu Liang.

CUNY Hunter College

what to know about the dorms! reminder that the dorms arent by the main campus so you should prepare your commute accordingly :) also you might have to buy a metro to get to school, so that's an additional 120$ish :(
Engineers of Columbia University luck out on this one. Every student in Columbia College is required to take a swim test or beginner swimming thanks to a generous donor
William and Mary is a liberal arts school. This means that there is a wide variety of classes offered here. In the Sunken Gardens, you can see all of the different buildings each housing a specific discipline.

Nick Weaver.

Clemson University

This video is a tour of the new apartments in downtown Clemson called 114 Earle.
Welcome to Columbia! I'm a freshman in the College and am studying political science and economics. In this video I set out some goals for the rest of the tour to come. I'm excited to show you around my school!

Benjamin Chen.

Cornell University

Mews Hall, one of the newest freshman dormitory buildings on North Campus. Here's a view at one of the standard doubles, which comes with an extra-long twin sized bed, a closet, a dresser, and a desk for each person. Being one of the newer buildings, it comes with air conditioning and is generally much more comfortable.

Benjamin Chen.

Cornell University

My name is Ben, and I'm currently a freshman at Cornell University, majoring in communication and minoring in business. I'm from Brooklyn, New York, and I'm going to be touring some of my favorite places on campus—in this video, though, I just do a brief introduction on things I like and don't like about Cornell.
Columbia has an underground gym packed with tons of equipment. An indoor track, treadmills, bike machines, weight rooms, basketball/tennis/squash courts, studios for classes- you name it!
Part One of FAQS series covering what the environment is like at Cornell

Joe O'brien.

College of the Holy Cross

Hi Guys! My name is Joe and I will be showing you guys around the College of the Holy Cross! I will be showing you guys everything, from the campus to the party scene. I will not hold back I will give you guys what I love about HC and what I don't love. I love my school but I want to make sure that HC is the place for you so I will be honest about everything. I hope you guys enjoy!!
The Arts Quadrangle is where students take classes in the Arts and Humanities. During the warmer seasons, we can see students reading under the trees or playing frisbee

Orion Zydlewski.

Columbia University in the City of New York

In this video I go over what life is like in the Columbia dorms. John Jay, my building, is all singles and has a great sense of community. Besides going over my own dorm, I also go over what dorm selection is like as well as the culture of the other dorms. To be honest, dorms at Columbia aren't anything special, but they are generally pretty nice and comfortable.

Madeline Howard.

Chapman University (CU)

This is a tour of my off-campus home at Chapman University. Students are required to live on campus for their first two years of school, but many choose to live in off-campus housing for their junior and senior year. Here is a tour of my off-campus room.

Madeline Howard.

Chapman University (CU)

Meet my roommate Piper! Piper is a junior Television Writing and Production major. We sat down to talk about the pros and cons of social life at Chapman University.
There are a lot of traditions on campus. The Crim Dell Bridge represents the joining together of two parties. At graduation you and the rest of your class walk across the bridge, uniting as one.

Yu Liang.

CUNY Hunter College

what to know about the dorms! reminder that the dorms arent by the main campus so you should prepare your commute accordingly :) also you might have to buy a metro to get to school, so that's an additional 120$ish :(
Engineers of Columbia University luck out on this one. Every student in Columbia College is required to take a swim test or beginner swimming thanks to a generous donor
William and Mary is a liberal arts school. This means that there is a wide variety of classes offered here. In the Sunken Gardens, you can see all of the different buildings each housing a specific discipline.

Nick Weaver.

Clemson University

This video is a tour of the new apartments in downtown Clemson called 114 Earle.
Welcome to Columbia! I'm a freshman in the College and am studying political science and economics. In this video I set out some goals for the rest of the tour to come. I'm excited to show you around my school!

Benjamin Chen.

Cornell University

Mews Hall, one of the newest freshman dormitory buildings on North Campus. Here's a view at one of the standard doubles, which comes with an extra-long twin sized bed, a closet, a dresser, and a desk for each person. Being one of the newer buildings, it comes with air conditioning and is generally much more comfortable.

Benjamin Chen.

Cornell University

My name is Ben, and I'm currently a freshman at Cornell University, majoring in communication and minoring in business. I'm from Brooklyn, New York, and I'm going to be touring some of my favorite places on campus—in this video, though, I just do a brief introduction on things I like and don't like about Cornell.
Columbia has an underground gym packed with tons of equipment. An indoor track, treadmills, bike machines, weight rooms, basketball/tennis/squash courts, studios for classes- you name it!
Part One of FAQS series covering what the environment is like at Cornell

Joe O'brien.

College of the Holy Cross

Hi Guys! My name is Joe and I will be showing you guys around the College of the Holy Cross! I will be showing you guys everything, from the campus to the party scene. I will not hold back I will give you guys what I love about HC and what I don't love. I love my school but I want to make sure that HC is the place for you so I will be honest about everything. I hope you guys enjoy!!
The Arts Quadrangle is where students take classes in the Arts and Humanities. During the warmer seasons, we can see students reading under the trees or playing frisbee

Orion Zydlewski.

Columbia University in the City of New York

In this video I go over what life is like in the Columbia dorms. John Jay, my building, is all singles and has a great sense of community. Besides going over my own dorm, I also go over what dorm selection is like as well as the culture of the other dorms. To be honest, dorms at Columbia aren't anything special, but they are generally pretty nice and comfortable.

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