Joelle tells you about Housing at Dartmouth
Students really have two places to live while at Dartmouth. Whether you live on campus or at the off-campus houses, each room will generally take the same shape and include a bed dressers and a few add-ons like shelves and maybe a desk.
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Like I said, this is sort of a typical compared to other Dartmouth storms, but is just an interesting look at living off campus and the options there for Dartmouth. I think a lot of the off campus houses around Dartmouth are pretty old, but some of the times a really old, too. So this is definitely a less standard shaped, like obviously dormant storms. They're probably gonna be a lot more normal shaped, like just like a rectangle with, like, a small bed. You won't want to sink in your room, but there's a huge range of Dartmouth dorms. For the most part, I've had pretty good experiences living on campus as well so I would say either one's good living off campus. You have to, you know, manage your own utilities and stuff like that. It's also really fun to be a live in a house with all your friends. So in that way, it's definitely a nice option as well.