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Massachusetts Institute of Technology Dorms

Living at Massachusetts Institute of Technology defines the experience. Massachusetts Institute of Technology dorms serve as a centerpiece in the on-campus social scene, and they are where you will form deep friendships and create lasting memories. But housing at Massachusetts Institute of Technology can be overwhelming - there are so many dorms to evaluate, how could you know which one is best? You can live on campus, or you can live in and around Los Angeles. Finding the right Massachusetts Institute of Technology housing option for you can make or break a year at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. That’s why our videos go deep into as many dorm options as possible at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. We take you into singles, doubles, different dorms and residence halls, and even record student interviews about their favorite parts of living at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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What are the dorms like at Massachusetts Institute of Technology?

You’ll have to watch the CampusReel videos to see for sure. However, Massachusetts Institute of Technology dorms are similar to most college housing options. Most on-campus residence halls include singles, double, and suites. Floor plans vary from residence hall to residence hall. CampusReel hosts dorm tours of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and every one is different. As you’ll see, every dorm room is decorated in a unique and fun way - students are creative with their setups to make Massachusetts Institute of Technology feel like home!

What are the dimensions of Massachusetts Institute of Technology dorm rooms?

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology dorms dimension depend on the residence hall. This information is usually contained in one of the dorm room tours of Massachusetts Institute of Technology on CampusReel. Supposedly the average dorm room size in the U.S. is around 130 square feet, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology likely has dorms bigger and smaller than this.

What are Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s best housing options?

The best housing option at Massachusetts Institute of Technology depends on your living preference. For example, many colleges provide living options for sober living, leadership opportunities, cultural preferences and more. The right dorm at Massachusetts Institute of Technology for you depends on what you are looking for in your housing experience. Below is a list of all housing options at Massachusetts Institute of Technology that CampusReel currently hosts content for:

How much do Massachusetts Institute of Technology dorms cost?

The cost of Massachusetts Institute of Technology dorms is $22,968 , but depends on a number of factors, such as financial aid, scholarships, and the housing option you select.

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So now our inside Massey and this is the third floor. So General uses what a lot of the dorms I might look like. We have a lounge area. And some students like to decorate their doors with different fundings. We have a little white board over here, her P setting or working on problem sets. A lot of people out of my tea also liketo work in groups or display a lot of a collaborative spirit in their classes. Generally, the philosophy my CI is that it's better to work in groups for different things like classwork and homework and studying for tests. So that definitely contrast a lot with a lot of other universities where students are more inclined to work alone. So every dorm has multiple G. Artie's, which Stanford graduate residents tutors at McCormick. Each floor or each group of two floors has the same j. R. T. Since I live in the annex. My Gotz are Scott and Ashley. Here's where Scott and actually live. Basically, they're just here to make sure that if we have any problems or concerns, we can go to them for help. This is what it looks like when I step outside the dorm. McCormick is really close to the athletic center and classes. So at a mighty freshmen are required to live on campus on one of the ten dorms, which are Baker Burton, Connor East Campus. McGregor, Massey, McCormick, Newhouse. Next house, Random and Simmons Housing is guaranteed for all four years, so each dorm has their own personality and unique culture. Dorm culture is pretty bigot a mighty. Usually, students on the floor will get together and hang out. Some floors go on trips together, so that's all you need to know about. And mighty dorm life dorms are a lot of fun here. You meet some of your best friends through the dorm, and I really hope that you learned a lot about Over here. We have the main lobby area of Massey Hall as well. A CZ back yard area where a lot of students liked host storm wide events. BBQ cookouts parties usually gets pretty rowdy at night here. Hi guys. So I'm going to talk a bit about how I met my roommates. So the remaining home at first was Anna and that we actually met on social media before either of us had even met each other in person. So basically an and I both got admitted early action, and we were added to a Facebook group where everyone shared contact information Instagram, snapchat, all social media that they wanted to share. And I followed, and as well as multiple other people on Instagram. And later I had damned Anna asking questions about herself trying to get to know her. And then I decided, Hey, I think I really want her to be my roommate. She seems really cool. So I asked her and she said yes. So that was really exciting. And then we actually met up in person because we don't live too far from each other. I live in St Louis, and she lives in Illinois. So we both met up in Chicago for a weekend, and we got to meet each other before actually coming at MIT in the other room. Me, Simone. We were randomly placed with Simone. Simone was originally living in next house, which is another door, madam. It and Simone wanted to switch into McCormick. And so one day, and and I were looking for a third roommate to fill the vacancy in our room. And Simone was there, and we decided faith. Let's try to see if she wants to be in a room. So we talked to her and she seemed really nice and interested, so then she moved into her Hey, guys, it's Annie. I live in McCormack Hall at M I. T. And I'm just going to be taking you through a quick tour of my dorm room. And what dorm room life is like at a mighty so McCormack Hall is thie on Lee all girls dorm at M I. T. And it's very conveniently located. It's near the athletic center. It's not too far from all my classes. It's really close to the student center. It's just very conveniently lived. This's the green living room. It's a great place to study or hang out, and sometimes the heads of house will organize study sessions, and they will to dress in math or physics. So McCormick has two main towers, east and west, and also a side building called the Annex, which is where I live. Right now. I'm in the East penthouse, which has a great view of Boston and is also a good place to study upon the penthouse floor. There's also a workout room, which is really convenient, especially in the cold, when I want to work out but don't want to go outside. Also in our dorm, there's a room of computers called an Athena cluster, and here you can just print what you need for your schoolwork or go on the Internet. So I live in the annex, which is east of the East tower, and McCormick, And it's a small building that houses about twenty or twenty five people. This is the kitchen where lots of kids like to make dinner for themself, and we're going to take the stairs up to the third floor where we live. So this is my desk. I just have a lot of essentials in here. Pens, pencils, usual stuff. This is my roommate's bed. This is all her stuff. And this is my corner. I've decorated. I've organized my stuff into some bins, Daly products, food and some other stuff. Our dressers or pretty spacious. They give us a lot of room for clothes. In addition to our closet space, This is my closet. This is my roommate cause it and we also have a third roommate who lives here. This is her closet and her space. So our room is a triple, and its pretty spacious amount of room that they give us is, I'd say pretty standard for a three person room at MIT. Obviously, rooms that hold one or two people will be considerably smaller than this in the quad, which holds four people. Maybe about the size, maybe slightly bigger. But, yeah, they gave us all this furniture, the beds, the desks, the dressers. If you love coffee as much as my roommates and I dio a coffee maker is very useful. Tohave and all of the coffee essentials. The calendar here we have our fridge. And snacks on top in my backpack. I just have a notebook, some pencils and pens. My laptop. This side bed storage is really nice. I like to keep my phone in here while I sleep. That's nice. A lot of under the bed Storage is also useful. Something I also like is this. It's a hard surface so that I could do my homework in bed, which is a lot more comfortable than at my desk. As for clothes, Boston is pretty cold, so I have lots of jackets and coats. I recommend a shower caddy with all of your shower essentials. One final college essential is a whiteboard, markers and erasers because I prefer doing my homework on whiteboards rather than in pen or pencil on notebook paper. I just find it's more fun and easier. This is the view outside my dorm room During the day. It's really pretty. You can see the Boston skyline as well as the Charles River separating Cambridge in Boston, So every dorm has multiple G. Artie's, which Stanford graduate residents tutors at McCormick. Each floor or each group of two floors has the same j. R. T. Sin. I live in the Annex, My G, Artie's, Air Scott and Ashley. Here's where Scott and actually live. Basically, they're just here to make sure that if we have any problems or concerns, we can go to them for help. This is what it looks like when I step outside the dorm. McCormick is really close to the athletic center and classes. So at a mighty freshmen are required to live on campus on one of the ten dorms, which are Baker Burton, Connor East Campus. McGregor, Massey, McCormick, Newhouse. Next house, Random and Simmons Housing is guaranteed for all four years, so each dorm has their own personality and unique culture. So if you decide that at MIT is the right school for you, you will be able to visit all ten of these dorms. Go on tours and meet students who live in each of them, and you'll be able to decide which dorm was the best fit for you. Dorm culture is pretty bigot. I might usually students on the floor will get together and hang out some floors, going trips together. So that's all you need to know about. And mighty dorm life dorms are a lot of fun here. You meet some of your best friends through the dorm, and I really hope that you learned a lot about dorms at M I. Hey, guys, it's Annie. I live in McCormack Hall at M I. T. And I'm just going to be taking you through a quick tour of my dorm room. And what dorm room life is like at a mighty McCormick call? Is thie on Lee All girls dorm at M I. T. And it's very conveniently located. It's near the athletic center. It's not too far from all my classes. It's really close to the student center. This's the green living room. It's a great place to study or hang out, and sometimes the heads of house will organize study sessions, and they will to dress in math or physics. So McCormick has two main towers, east and west, and also a side building called the Annex, which is where I live right now. I'm in the East penthouse, which has a great view of Boston and is also a good place to study. Upon the penthouse floor. There's also a workout room, which is really convenient, especially in the cold when I want to work out but don't want to go outside.