Jess Breaks Down BU Housing | Dorm Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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So happy you have a ton of different housing options for where you can live When you are a student here, housing is guaranteed for all students for four years, so that's pretty awesome that you're always going to be guaranteed a place to live. We have many different parts of campus that you can live in. You can live in East Campus on base day, and we also have some pretty far on the other side of campus also. Like the brownstones in Bay St we have Central, which you'd have, like Warren Towers in which is a freshman dorm. We have South campus, which has some apartments and another dormitory complex. That's where all of like the athletes Liv and all the people who are more into the social scene, which is also where I live in West Campus. You have Steuby one into which are these beautiful dorms that it's really hard to get into. You either have to, like, know someone older than you be a junior senior, being a sorority or being a sport. So it's definitely like the Hunger Games, trying to get into Studi, and then we also have just so normal West campus storms like Sleeper Hall, which is attached to Thie dining Hall and Claflin Hall and Rich Hall. So those air the three kind of West campus storms that we have here, which are also Mohr of the freshmen dorms. You really only have a few options. You could live in the towers, which is a freshman dorm. Which of the brownstones, Like I said earlier, you can live in West Campus, which West is best. Within Warren Towers, I highly recommend that you live in West Campus. It's close to triple lei and blaze and all of the fun things that you could ever need in your life. If you're more into kind of convenience and you like to wake up late and go to class with, like, ten minutes to spare, then definitely living Warren Towers, even though it kind of has prison vibes. I have lots of friends and Warren, and they all like it. You do not have to live on campus for all four years. I know a lot of people who have moved off campus or are going to move off campus for the sophomore year or junior year, which is pretty common so you can also get apartments. It's super easy to find apartments to lease in Boston, and so those air some of our housing options.