North side, central village, and south side
Virtual Tours by Students
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So we're walking toe, which is kind of my my home, azan, English and Spanish, double major. I'll expand on that once we get there, and we're going to talk a little bit about the residential set up on campus and how we have a Southside essential village in North Side side. Yeah, so we live in Central campus, even though we're freshmen because an integrated place for both freshmen and upperclassman. So like people next to us, are sophomores and juniors and Wei don't have seniors who have seen your IRAs and then on South Side, which, actually, you can kind of almost see from where we are. So like right beyond there, which is the admissions building. If you walk a bit further, you'll see South Side and all of the freshman living buildings. It's about a fifteen minute walk to campus, depending how fast you walking due to ten you twenty. There's freshmen suites over there because you can live in sweet as a freshman. It's kind of your choice to live in corridor if you live in Central campus is a freshman, you're going to be in a corridor, and it's kind of like its own community. That's like something that it kind of like advertises to. It's like the freshman living experience and how you get housing as a freshman is you felon application. You can come in either as a with a roommate that you have in mind. Or you can come in and kind of selective random roommate. We both the ground remains not remains booth right next to each other. I, I think I say the rent roommate thing worked out.