The University of Alabama Dorms
Living at The University of Alabama defines the experience. The University of Alabama 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 The University of Alabama 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 The University of Alabama housing option for you can make or break a year at The University of Alabama. That’s why our videos go deep into as many dorm options as possible at The University of Alabama. We take you into singles, doubles, different dorms and residence halls, and even record student interviews about their favorite parts of living at The University of Alabama.
What are the dorms like at The University of Alabama?
You’ll have to watch the CampusReel videos to see for sure. However, The University of Alabama 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 The University of Alabama, 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 The University of Alabama feel like home!
What are the dimensions of The University of Alabama dorm rooms?
The The University of Alabama dorms dimension depend on the residence hall. This information is usually contained in one of the dorm room tours of The University of Alabama on CampusReel. Supposedly the average dorm room size in the U.S. is around 130 square feet, and The University of Alabama likely has dorms bigger and smaller than this.
What are The University of Alabama’s best housing options?
The best housing option at The University of Alabama 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 The University of Alabama for you depends on what you are looking for in your housing experience. Below is a list of all housing options at The University of Alabama that CampusReel currently hosts content for:
- Sorority Square Dorm at The University of Alabama
- Bryant-Denny Stadium Dorm at The University of Alabama
- New Freshman Residence Hall Dorm at The University of Alabama
- Kappa Alpha Theta Dorm at The University of Alabama
- Ridgecrest West Dorm at The University of Alabama
- Monnish Park Dorm at The University of Alabama
- Rodeo Mexican Restaurant Dorm at The University of Alabama
- Tutwiler Hall Dorm at The University of Alabama
- University of Alabama Lakeside Dining Hall Dorm at The University of Alabama
- Buffalo Phil's Dorm at The University of Alabama
- Walk of Champions Dorm at The University of Alabama
- Ridgecrest South Residential Dorm at The University of Alabama
- 7th Ave Dorm at The University of Alabama
- Sigma Pi Dorm at The University of Alabama
- Coleman Coliseum Dorm at The University of Alabama
- Rodgers Library for Science and Engineering Dorm at The University of Alabama
- The Lofts at City Center Dorm at The University of Alabama
- ten Hoor Hall Dorm at The University of Alabama
- Reese Phifer Hall Dorm at The University of Alabama
- Bus Hub Dorm at The University of Alabama
- Woods Quad Dorm at The University of Alabama
- Denny Chimes Dorm at The University of Alabama
- University Blvd Dorm at The University of Alabama
- North Lawn Hall Dorm at The University of Alabama
- Colonial Dr Dorm at The University of Alabama
- The University of Alabama Dorm at The University of Alabama
- Ferguson Student Center Dorm at The University of Alabama
- Amelia Gayle Gorgas Library Dorm at The University of Alabama
- Presidential Terrace Dorm at The University of Alabama
- Presidential Village Dorm at The University of Alabama
How much do The University of Alabama dorms cost?
The cost of The University of Alabama dorms is $20,575 , but depends on a number of factors, such as financial aid, scholarships, and the housing option you select.
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Okay, so here is Julia Tut, Wyler Hall. The hallways are like super skinny. And here's the tractor looking here where everybody bring through trash. Here's the middle section. The common room where the catches are has a distinct smell in here smells old. That's tough. Wyler smell, and this it is, you know. This's what a bedroom looks like in tight. There is a desk area right here, as you can see in America, you know, just like for a dorm here. And I'm gonna show you the bathrooms. So, as I said in the previous video about Tut Wyler, the storm room is all girls, the whole building's all girls. In the bathroom. As you can see there, showers back here, plenty of them. The count dirty. Nasty because girls are not the cleanest. Sometimes there's a shower. It's pretty good size on the sleigh. Not not too small. Got mirrors to get ready with, and it is actually one big neighbor, so that's interesting. Two more sinks with mirrors told to show you that close to that side. As you can see, it's like all sorority sorority girls who live in here. This way. We're about to be back at when we're Okay, guys. It's finally time for the dorm tour. So I live in the honor storms. I live in Ridgecrest South. And so when you walk right in the doors, this is what you see. I see a little dining room table and a living room fully furnished with couches and in entertainment center and little side table. And then in the kitchen, little kitchenette got full size fridge. It also comes with the microwave and the kitchen sink. Of course, as you can see, we've got a whole leading this way and a hole leading That way we'll take you over this way because it's the same on both sides. This is where I live. Here is my bathroom. Got a kitchen sink? I mean a path room saying I don't know why I did that bathroom sink and enough space for two people. Teo, turn around right now. Harness! We've got the bathroom with the shower. Lots of storage space in the shower. Full size shower. Pretty big. Plenty room. Let's go back. Let's go to my room now. So getting my room When you come inside you can see to the right. You've got George Bass, right? Here, where I keep my ran Qiu and Dan. There's the closet. It's pretty good. Such closet. Honestly, I'm not mad at it to go this way. We've got my desk. You have set up with my binders and school supplies right here, armed and there's my bed, which, as you can see, it's lofted from the ground. It's pretty, pretty high up more than a normal bed, and we've got some pictures up there that are decorated with it also comes with a full size dresser. So you all set with that three big drawers and All right, So we're out here. The pool area. You wouldn't get this furniture and whatnot here. There's a TV on the wall, but so we do it down here. Um, we're backing out here. It ISS is a pool. I need keys to get in. I'm not just anybody is going to happen in here. Yeah. There it is. No, we've got a nice little seating area here. The fire pit chairs. There's a TV right there. It's really nice area. Also a good place to study, actually. So this is going off where I live. I backed up a little bit, so you can see Guys, I have a few more things to talk about when it comes to living arrangements. So all styles feature TWENTYFOURSEVEN Community desk, Bottom floor. Um, it's a dollar fifty per load of laundry. So dollar fifty to wash and then dollar fifty to drive. Not that big of a cost commitment. Honestly, not that bad. Um, uh, c one weird thing I was going to talk about. All of your male comes to the student center. So you're not going to get your mail to your, uh, apartment or anything. And then for a selection process, you can either choose to you're living with, or you can have you a period up with someone or multiple people. If you're living in sweets out. Um, that matches your profile pretty well. So now we're in the residential part of campus Lakeside dorm here. Riverside over there. Um, and we're headed to where I live. Freshman year, which is Presidential village. Um, more or less. Only freshman live on campus unless they're unless you're an r a. Uh, it's, uh we're running out of room to keep people because so many people want to come to Alabama because it's such a great school. Um, but honestly, the dorms, despite, you know, being under the surveillance of r a's and whatnot dorms are really nice. I'm not going to allow it in any of the buildings because I don't live here anymore, but they So here is the kitchen area. Pretty small. You conceive when they got too little cabinets, some storage down. Hey! Microwave comes with Wade. All right, So we're about to go into one of the buildings. Still, when I live in Very cool. No, it's got a pool. One of three pools at this community. Right around the corner. Okay, guy. So when it comes to residents, Hall's a few more notes to make. So you've got the choice of sweet style traditional or apartment style. So the most expensive being apartment, because that's the only one that comes with a full size kitchen and then sweet styles. One one was the word. I'm looking for one rank below that because you get your own bedroom and everything. But you don't get a kitchen except in my building at sweet style, and we have kitchens on the second and fourth floor and then you have traditional, which is living with another roommate in your actual room, which I don't prefer. But that is the most cost effective choice. So I know a lot of friends that live like that, and they love it, so it's really up to All right? Just got off the bus. Back home in my community main office is right over there. Show you what some of the cool features of Here is a better picture of Julia taught Wyler Hall, which is the all girls dorm on campus. Um, it's probably one of the cheapest options on campus, mainly because of the Bucks. Have one of little bus helps, mainly because you have to share a bathroom with hundreds of other girls. There's a few bathrooms on each floor and have chair room with someone else, too. My cup of tea, Honestly. So it's traditional style. It's one of the cheapest talking. This here's a little soup store and a Starbucks attached to it. Starbucks. That's about it for this video.