Dorm Tour | Dorm Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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Um, I live in Dream Hall, which is the closest building to the student union. The freshmen dorms are actually Bowman, which is right across in the student union, is on the other side of May. We have a lot of residents options on campus. We have a town house is what you could do in your second year old I am doing next year. We have Dream Hall, which is closest to the union and a little close to Crane. We have Bowman, which is the primary fresh from building, and we have leaving, which is the farthest storm hallway from Crane. It's close to some of the academic buildings, and it's also attached to the buffet. I give you guys a tour of buffet and a future video, so hopefully you stick around long enough to see that, Um, but dream isn't really close proximity to the Union, which is really great, and it's in pretty close proximity to Crane, which is really nice for me. Uh, you can get a single dorm if you pay the extra money for it, or if you have a medical reason to have a single dorm. We do have a pet friendly residences as well, which is really awesome, if that's your type of thing. The only rules we have about our living space is that the company fire hazards. There's certain number of inches from the ceiling that everything has to be any kind of tapestries. There's no smoking in the dorms, as are all outside. I feel like it's really cozy, and it's in a really great spot. I don't think it's too small for one personal live in. There are some rooms that are actually a lot bigger. When they get into your dorm, it comes fully furnished with a desk and a bed and all that fun stuff. Everyone has closet in their room on DH. Everyone has addressed our tonight stand. We do have access to cable if you bring your own box. I'm pretty sure I don't use my PlayStation three and I watched that looks New Loom. There were allowed to have TVs. All that great stuff allowed way are allowed to hang lights up. I don't currently have to thinking up because it's not a holiday, and usually during the holidays I will hang mine up. If they get approved, it's, uh, just put them up and basically the Ari's. What kind of come around and let you know if there's any fire hazards? They can't be too close to the ceiling and they can't be on every wall in the room, but you can't have them. I find that living in your dorm is kind of a really comfortable thing. For me, the dorm life wasn't something that was a problem. Uh, well, you do have to share your bathroom with an entire four people, and that sucks. It isn't any school you're going to go to. Yeah, that's basically how the residents system works here. It's really great, and it's honestly, it's a very good system. We have a lot of options for everybody, and it's kind of really easy to find where you kind of fit in based on where you need to be close to and what's like ideal for you.