Touring an off-campus apartment
Virtual Tours by Students
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We just had our cleaning check first cleaning check on Tuesday, so it's pretty clean, although it's little bit Farm park. When we have two beds, one really, really big desk address her and a closet that has like to place those tanks. The reason I really like this set up is because the desk had a lot of space. I bought this little like, book show thing right here, um, to stack most of my step up, and I found that that really hopes, um, keep you organized when you can just see everything in front of you. Um, I really like living in an apartment hallways were bedrooms. Yeah, organizer above, especially if you have a lot of space. Like we have this extending pull shelf thing for that. Because there's not a lot of space in some kitchens. Especially like if this is your first time moving it out of the house into an apartment, you have to figure out how to store your stuff conservatively and howto like how to develop a system, tried to celebrate crap. So when we moved in here, the only furnishings we had, where the two tables and the two couches. So my roommate owns Thie flag the schools like and then I bought us like a rug. Another roommate owns the TV, the lights and like the printed picture that all came later. When your very first moving, don't be surprised if your apartment is really empty for the first like solid month. Finally we just broke down and, like, started decorating yet yeah, again stressing the importance of storage. It's like we have these little cubes everywhere, you know, there's someone over there in that corner, but it has taken us, and I still don't think that we have mastered it yet. It has taken us a while to figure out how to store. Our stuff is best when you're living with a lot of people. One advantage to being in an apartment is that you have. He's still in a microwave, and you just have, like, a whole kitchen set up, which you don't normally get. I know, at least if you live in human hauls, you don't have a kitchen. Have access to a kitchen, but it's outside of your party, so that's just always thinks so. This is my cover that, as you can see, like I a little a little food that you can get, uh, mostly stay organized and see. What And, uh, this visually helps me keep track of my groceries like that. I'm like I just used this last one more dishes you can stack, like, inside of each other. We got some little bins up in here so that use our space as best we can. Same freezer really is just a disaster because you have frozen boxes of food and frozen bags of urine. A pure you you get placed into on campus housing to pay on when your application is. So if you want on campus housing, you're you're you You have to apply for the school like your client for you early on. Then you'll be at the top of the list, take it in tow on campus housing. I know that one of the other campus row tours, um, online has a tour.