Housing Advice From A Resident Assistant
Virtual Tours by Students
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I'm a senior at Texas State University I v F A, which is the batches of finer. I, I'm IRA. So this is what I do can basis is job the primary job of living on campus. Um, this is a newly renovated hall on DH, So basically, there are a lot of options on campus so you could live in a double. You can live in a suite where there's four people in a room on DH. They don't really cool things where sometimes the bathroom has said in between two rooms or or for worms or what have you. So the typical traditional holes on ly have two beds. They may have a smoker space or a larger, wider space, just depending on where they're located. Uh, you think about some other halls on campus where there are sweets, they have their own rooms. Then they let two rooms on each side, and then they share a bathroom, and they have two sinks in in their little vicinity with a living room in the center. Traditional halls are much cheaper than a sweet style. The more traditional hauls most freshmen do you stay in, let's say maybe two grand ish. Not really sure about the pricing, but it's really on a state website like, if you stay in, uh, Latino or something, they're more cheaper presses as opposed Teo Whole Extended Santo, which is four grand on DH. It really just depends on eye when we always do tours as an R. A. My whole thing is I say it really. It's a preference of first preference of like your class. Is that where you're located? Whether you're MIT campus, West Campus and how close your classes are, depending on where you want to live on and then pricing is all school an important thing just because parents for more concerned with that. So those air always too decisions, um, or just ideas that that families have to think about when they're trying to locate.