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University of Delaware Dorms

Living at University of Delaware defines the experience. University of Delaware 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 University of Delaware 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 University of Delaware housing option for you can make or break a year at University of Delaware. That’s why our videos go deep into as many dorm options as possible at University of Delaware. We take you into singles, doubles, different dorms and residence halls, and even record student interviews about their favorite parts of living at University of Delaware.

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What are the dorms like at University of Delaware?

You’ll have to watch the CampusReel videos to see for sure. However, University of Delaware 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 University of Delaware, 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 University of Delaware feel like home!

What are the dimensions of University of Delaware dorm rooms?

The University of Delaware dorms dimension depend on the residence hall. This information is usually contained in one of the dorm room tours of University of Delaware on CampusReel. Supposedly the average dorm room size in the U.S. is around 130 square feet, and University of Delaware likely has dorms bigger and smaller than this.

What are University of Delaware’s best housing options?

The best housing option at University of Delaware 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 University of Delaware for you depends on what you are looking for in your housing experience. Below is a list of all housing options at University of Delaware that CampusReel currently hosts content for:

How much do University of Delaware dorms cost?

The cost of University of Delaware dorms is $15,992 , but depends on a number of factors, such as financial aid, scholarships, and the housing option you select.

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I think that's something a lot of people don't know about Delaware is that a lot of people will move off of campus once they finish their freshman year, because freshman year, you're required to live here but software, you could move off campus and I'm a transfer. So this is my first year, so I was living in a transfer dorm. But I am moving off campus for next semester, and if you're looking to off campus, you really need to lookinto housing like right when you get to school because it is so competitive and signing leases gets really hectic really fast. Okay, so to begin with, I don't want to get up around eight o'Clock in the morning. So go on about that. Take a shower. We're pretty much make profit breakfast and everything. In my case, I have to make breakfast. In other cases, there is dine, dining halls and everything. Now resident of towers, Shana East ours. To be specific, you don't necessarily get a meal plan because of the fact that way have our own kitchen. So if you want to, you can buy one. But it's an additional expense. I believe that Christianity starts actually slightly cheaper is because the fact that they don't make you do that Well, yeah, going back to my morning routine. You know, I get up, take a shower and everything, and they went on to class One of the best things of a Christian. These towers, honestly, that I'd like to share is the fact that, well, the view is actually pretty good. That's the rest of building. But you get a view of the entire city of new work. I know that at all. Pretty much. It's pretty spacious in here, so you can see I have a tape. I have two tables. My little TV. Stand everything. Hi. You're a really decent size fridge. The room itself. Also pretty spacious, too. I haven't twin X. L bet. I think that's one that comes for each dorm. You the allows you to, like, put stuff up. So have my shoes over there, the closet desk and, well, in the case that if my roommate was here, you would see he's bad at stuff like that. We have our own little kitchen. Pretty spacious has cabinets and everything has stole and everything that you could possibly need. And the bathroom is also pretty good. I mean, you get now some shells. Oh, you have the a shower mirror, a sink and a toilet. You know, like in the other bathroom. Yeah, pretty much. That's what my dorm is like. Hey, guys. So right now I won't pass it to my friend Anthony, who happens to have a couple little facts about this building right here behind us guys. So we're standing in front of ah, harder hall here. Harder. Hall is named for George a harder. He was president of Delaware College from eighteen. Ninety six. Nineteen. Fourteen. Um, and a fun fact about this building. Uh, Joe Biden used to live here when No loud streets. Recurrent stay chair. So I don't show you guys a little bit of how my room looks like where I live. So I live in Ray St B, which is on North campus. This kind of about, I would say ten minutes from tomorrow, maybe accept it from the dining coffin. Peter. We live in a sweet style. That's why most of the dorms are like Senator in all the Race Street complexes. Uh, we have a user trashes he and says Our sink. It's interesting because they feel like a sink in the bathroom and are the best seat in the back. Where is it? Mainly share he and that's our sign. Town. Hand. I'm sorry about No, that's mine. Africans life shoe like really. And here I have a shoe rack where I keep, like what she was unaware for. Let's see. Now that summer's over, you have me bring out the boots. Damn shower shoes. Actually, you never know what she had to step into. I started Lee recommended for communal if it's a must on here. Here hand. You have far too little death. His mind is Derrick, cause my remains And this isn't really How are you? Our drama set up. Get first, lady. Too bad it's like over there. And then the task was like facing that sigh. So, you know, this isn't like the mandatory set up. Always change like the way you want. Oh, how do you look? I know this was ours, right? So this is my side. I have, like, cute little tapestry gun flag, some board Croat ut Welcome. Sign that white and polka dots. This is also my death. Where have you but your stuff in my jewelry box? No. They're gonna flag some perfume and tissues because I get sick a lot. Um, yeah. So, again, this isn't like the set of you guys have to have, but this is just the way me and my roommate decided to set things up, So I like it. A fun fact about D case, you know, is rated the number one party school Princeton review this year. So heads up. And that's my roommate side. Derek Carr. She likes a keeper snacks and like the containers. No, I just like Tio put my snacks, kind of like up there, flowed out of her reach. But, you know, it's okay. And I like how our view this year is like, It's not great, but it's great for lead because I can see what's going on outside that all the time. Um, it's like, this is the front of Ray and across Over there you can see because all the trees that across from there is Ray St C. So kind of like to see like was walking outside and what the weather is going to be like and the windows don't open. You know, just for II, what is kind of a good thing. It doesn't open. Loki canned air, this tapestry. Which door hand from like, way, great kind of stuff. In making a little bit of my little stickers. I will say if you guys are going to invest in the computer, please make sure you buy the one that's going to last you. Like all four years I bought one my freshman year. Last me only a year. Only that year. And, you know, instantly had to rush literally, probably three days before moving day started to go find a new laptop. I just decided to buy a mat because I know it's going to last me. Sam. I know there's other good peces and Max, You know, I like my Little Mac. Think it's quality on my blankets over there, and that's So right now, I'm gonna show you what a typical room looks like. And this is our room line and my roommates. There is three of us living into eighteen and welcome to our room. So in every room like mine, there is three beds. So that's my that's my roommate's of my other roommates. But and there are three desks. But as you could see, we are missing a desk. There is my roommates, and there's mine. But there is no third does cause we got removed, but Arabs honestly, pretty spacious for a triple, at least for what I've seen. It's because we decided to get rid of the third desk and lofted two of the beds and everyone has a drawer. So we have one over here, one over here with our window, which is home to the cleaning supplies and random stuff. And then we have closets. So two more over here, We like to keep stuff above just because, ah, lot of our stuff doesn't fit in just the drawers. And that's also my drawer right there. And all of us have extra storage space. So, like, this is my stuff. That's my one of my roommates stuff and then my third roommate has her stuff over here. We also brought a fridge and a microwave because we decided we wanted to have them. But there's also the option to rent. However, one of my roommates said she already had them, so she just brought it. And we also got the printer because having a printer in your room, honestly, it's such a lifesaver. And of course, we have our star patch kids because my room lives and dies on Sour Patch kids. We also put a mirror on our door. This is not originally here, but it's like a full length mirror. He could show you guys all right, and this is our bathroom that we share with our suite mates. Seven. We put in this rock. We brought those metal things to keep our stuff on and all their cleaning supplies as we clean our own bathroom. And as you could tell, that's a shower behind me and formulas. Thanks. So these are Our two sinks are two mirrors, those open, but we don't use them. So they're pretty empty right now and not the most like new, so we don't really use them, and then that's the other part, the toilet, whatever and as our shower and you've got a little run there. So we have all the stories, stuff stored in the bathroom because it's easiest. And even though we don't leave you still shower caddies because easiest. Good morning, everyone. And today I'm going to take you through my morning routine. And right now, I am the last roommate left in my room because I specifically picked a day where my room hates her out of the room first because I didn't want to wake them up. So my first class is at eleven, which is pretty late for a first class. I mean, last semester at eight. A. M. And I didn't really like it. So this is what my viewers, every morning and every night and honestly, all the time, because that's what I did next to my bed. But, yeah, honestly, my morning routine is not the most exciting thing just because I am more of a night person. I hate mornings. I just try to rush through it