UBC dorms | Dorm Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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So today I'm talking a little bit about housing on campus, so I want to practice by just saying that if you do choose live on house on campus and residences, it's not mandatory to live on campus for any of your years. If you do, then you want to definitely make sure to accept your offer of admission by like the specified date in your letter, which will know, uh, to make sure that you do get guaranteed first your housing, because it can be kind of difficult to get housing and make. I'm looking for a house right now, and it's like, kind of hard, but there's definitely like tons of places to land, especially on campus. So if you don't live in one of the residents is places like Westbrook Village, which is really which is on campus. Kind of not in the central part is a great place Live orchid Solano, which is like a smaller which is like another part of Vancouver, which is like a fifteen minutes from campus. If you do live on campus there three main residences that you would be living in which our total park Ha Spanier and ordered three. Really? Then you'll have a shared connected about them. This is kind of like the way with friends looking out for Audrey. There's a really strong sense of community and I'm living in a van. We're single over a shared room and then you will have communal bathrooms and a communal kitchen, which is really great. Also there for those residents is the meal plan is included. You do have like residents dollars, which were really good. I like the food of any personally there's don't need tons of options. We're at war dude like mix it up or, um, going like the nasty somewhere else to eat where you can use your flex dollars at a lot of those restaurants are really great. There is rich, which is more of a apartment style house able. If you're up for Yuria, often live like Marine drive or Pond Road. So where Gage are a lot of the other really good housings live at.