Residence Hall Tour
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So this is an example of what a room might look like. You can imagine having two sets of all the furniture. So you're allowed to have two appliances for each room. You also have your own a. C. And heating heating and cooling unit change in each room so you can control the temperature of your own room. Here's some examples of one another room and we might look like. So here in green we also have a communal kitchenette area. There's also some stove tops here every morning for breakfast one morning. I'm a sophomore here at issue and I live in West village. So in West Village we have a common living area where we can sit and do homework. Then I'm coming over this way we have our kitchen area so we have a microwave a fridge and this is just where we can eat dinner or we can sit here and do work. Then also in West Village so there's two single rooms and a double room. So there's a bed frame, there's a chair and a desk. There's a dresser and each room also has um an A. C. And heating unit as well. Mhm. So this is another example of one of our single rooms. So again we have the dresser, the chair and desk as well as the bed frame and the individual heating and A. C. U. So back here we have our double so again we have their dressers we have the best and the desk and chair as well as our A. C. And heating unit. So over here we have our shower area and then back here here we have our bathroom. Over here we have our laundry room in the lower level. Okay and then coming this way we have our common room as well as our little kitchen. I'm a senior here at Susquehanna and I currently live in the residence Hall. So when you first walk in you'll see our common area. I have three roommates but depending on which apartment style you live in you may have to other roommates or three other roommates. We like to hang out here and spend time together and watch Tv and those sorts of things. Um one of the nice things about living on 18th Street is that it really allows that off campus housing feel with your own apartment, but you're still on campus. One of the perks that come with living in an apartment on 18th street is that students do not have to have a meal plan if they don't want to. So the nice thing is that my roommates and I like to hang out and cook dinners. I'm eating a little dining room area which you'll see back here. We like to gather around here and eat meals together and then you'll just see some extra storage space back here. So since I do have three other roommates, we actually have two bathrooms in our apartment. Um So the shower area, toilet saying you know all of the essentials there. Then there is some additional storage area here in this hallway as well, which is really nice. You'll see the thermostat here, but every room is individually controlled with both heating and air conditioning. You can get nice and cozy, but now I can show you what my bedroom looks like. So if you do live with four people, if there's four people in your 18th street apartment there is one double room and two single rooms. Then if you live in an apartment with three people there is um one single room in one double room. Um So this is a pretty specie room might remain and I really don't go on each other's sides. We still have our own little space but obviously share a room, a closet. Each student has a desk and our drawers are under our bed for additional storage space and other things like that. Then as I mentioned before, since we do have four people living here, we do have two bathrooms, which is really nice. These are where my other two roommates flip and they have single rooms so they have their own personal space. That is what an apartment looks like if you choose to live on 18th street during your time, that sets one hand.