Tour GuideCamille Bismonte
Camille gives a tour of her dorm at Georgetown University and talks tips about what essentials you should bring into your first year living at Georgetown. This is a tour of a double room, which is standard for many of the dorms at Georgetown. Tune into the next video for an apartment tour!
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I'm just going to start off with all moving us around. As you can imagine, there's a bed here and pie bed over here, which means that this is a double room. This is a pretty standard double room, but this is in the Southwest quadrangle, which is a, uh, kind of a quad for sophomores and juniors. Unless you have medical housing than you could also be placed as a freshman here. If you live in one of the living learning communities like living well, which kind of is a floor, that kind of focus is on healthy habits and like meditation, going outside, making hikes, whatever. See if you're a transfer student like I was last year as an incoming sophomore and then the other LoC Living Learning Community at Georgetown University in the Southwest. Quad is the justice and Peace policy, which is also a really great place to go if you're really passion about, like social justice and whatnot. Um, here's my side of the door. So I had a ton of posters, National Geographic posters back at home. So this is my way of making my home feel like home again. Definitely close it What I'm sleeping or also wake up in the morning and my face. So that's my thing and that I also have my desk. No, as you can tell, plenty of room around here there is also our closet space over here. Uh, what I really like is like, so my roommate and I split up what we need. So we have two counts over here that wasn't really necessary. You can also see my closet right over there. I would totally recommend having a fridge in your room because people always seem to take things from the common room. It's never happened to me, but I was here about it. Never mind if you're ever going into your if you're ever going into your university. He just, like, realized who your freshman roommate is or already knew them definitely talk out what you guys want to have in your dorm. I personally talked to my freshman roommate and I said, I'm bringing the fridge. Do you think you could bring a microwave? And I also ended up getting a toaster from one, my senior friends who are graduating, and I realized the kettle is also really necessary if you don't have a microwave, but usually the common rooms in Georgetown University and you have microwaves anyway, so it's not really that important.