A Small Look Around My Dorm (Trever Hall) | Dorm Tour 2019
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Hey, guys, it's May, And today I'LL be showing you around my door. I live in Trevor Hall, which is right by the campus center, where the dining hall and the cafe are located. When they come to campus, they are paired with another student. Um, that's also a freshman based off of a server that they fell out. That talks about what interests, um you have and what likes or dislikes you have regarding wanting a roommate. So Lawrence double rooms are equipped with two of everything. There's two desks, two sets of drawers, two shelves, two beds and two wardrobes so that students don't really have to worry much about sharing things. You would need to bring your own extra stuff, such as furniture or lamps or a mini fridge if those are things that you want. So Trevor Hall is one of eight different main dorm halls. There is also housing for fraternities here on campus, not any housing for sororities, but they're also student apartments that you could get. I'm not entirely sure what they really are called, but they're also these dorms specifically meant to sport themes each year. This year we have the gaming house and the Danse Haus. Next year the Danse Haus is going to become the art house, and that's actually going to be the place that I'm. I will be staying so besides doubles rooms, there are singles rooms as well, and they cost more than doubles or any other types of rooms. There also singles rooms and quadruple rooms, but four ofthe rooms of three or four. You do need to find other students who'LL room with you, and then you will apply for those rooms specifically. So in terms of housing selection, I suggest that you get your payments and on time because that makes you more likely to get your first choice of housing. Students were in the Conservatory of Music generally tend to go for plants hall, which is right next to the conservatory. It's the closest one oven that, uh, Lawrence has a lottery system where they randomly choose students who want to be in specific dorms. Each floor is designated to a specific gender, such as for one, and three are for the boys and flood two and four are for the girls. There are exceptions made to people who are transgender on all of that sort is one of the foods alcohol. Trevor actually has one of the nicer bathroom's, then most the other dorms. Because it's newer and renovated plants, Hall would be the other dorms that has bathrooms like these. There's three in the basement, one by the entrance. Lounge rooms looks like it has a TV in the bag, lots of couches and chairs and a big table for studying. There's also a ping pong table here that people can play. A lot of the equipment you have, tio just reserve by the front desk, and you give them your student. I d. Then you can borrow whatever you want, and once you're done, you return it back to the front desk and they'LL give you back your student. I D. So This is the laundry room and Trevor Hall. One thing that kind of bugs me about doing laundry here is that you kind of do have to pay for the to use the drives in the washers. It's a dollar twenty five to use the washer in a dollar, twenty five to the dryers. It's in the basement, just like the laundry room is. There is a fridge and a freezer that all students can use. There is also a stove and oven, but you can use to bake or cook whatever you want. There's also off the table so you can stay, and you can also prepare all your stuff. Uh, there's also a microwave and a toaster, but there's also a microwave and a toaster on each floor of Trevor, which I think is a really good thing to use and to have. So there is also a computer lab here in the basement of Trevor. There's three computers here they are free to use. I d on DH. You can use them as long as you want. First floor of Trevor on printing is free, which is really great. I hope you check out the other videos that I posted about Lawrence University.