Visiting the new Greenway dorms, often used for summer housing, and talking about summer internships/research | Dorm Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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We're taking a little walk down memory lane because I'm in the dorm that I lived in over the summer. As you can see, if the lighting will cooperate with us, the architecture is definitely very different. It's very modern and clean cuts come at the storm's actually just opened a couple of years ago on their the only dorms with air conditioning, so they are kind of a pretty coveted space and a really good space to be in over the somewhere where it is pretty hot. I was here over the summer, actually, because I was doing research with the math professor and a group of four people, including me. It was great because the school offer funding for students to do research. So they will pay for things like housing food you have tio pay for on your own, but it is pretty inexpensive of this summer. It's three dollars for breakfast, for for lunch and five for dinner as students on DH. The school, even if you are not on campus, will sometimes fund your summer internships or opportunities as well. The school often funds things that our government related or nonprofit related, and so you don't have to necessarily worry about getting something that's paid. The school also does offer a lot of things in their database. They have some pretty cool opportunities, like the Prince Albert, the second of Monaco Foundation internship, because the prince was an alum or is an alum of Amherst on DH. So there are some pretty awesome opportunities that you can really experienced while you're assuming that I am versed on over the summer as well.