University of San Francisco
2020 University of San Francisco Dorm Tours and Info
What percent of freshman live on campus?
According to our research, 89.0% of freshman live on campus at University of San Francisco?
What type of housing does University of San Francisco provide?
The below table outlines the different housing options available at University of San Francisco, and how what percent of students are estimated to live in each type of housing.
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What are the dorms like at University of San Francisco?
You’ll have to watch the CampusReel videos to see for sure. However, University of San Francisco 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 San Francisco, 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 San Francisco feel like home!
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What are the dimensions of University of San Francisco dorm rooms?
The University of San Francisco dorms dimension depend on the residence hall. This information is usually contained in one of the dorm room tours of University of San Francisco on CampusReel. Supposedly the average dorm room size in the U.S. is around 130 square feet, and University of San Francisco likely has dorms bigger and smaller than this.
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University of San Francisco Toler Hall
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Hey, guys. Mining is Michaela and I will be your campus real tour guide here at the University of San Francisco. So if you think you should know about me, I'm originally from Kwame, which is super far from here. I am a biology major. I'm actually a second year undergrad. I'm also part of the Spirit squad, which is combined Dance and cheer team hear us out and I'm part of the pre dental society. So I'll be taking you through a week in my life as a college student here at us, and I In my room. I live in the tower building. Last year was called viewing, but this year they changed it to Toller and usually upperclassmen live here. But sometimes freshman come with me here as well. So let's start over here. The door. I'm so outside. You just swipe your card and you type in your code here, and you go inside. Here is the towel rack. Um, here's my roommates had only one remains. Usually, freshmen have to have two other remains. And then here's my dad. As you can see, we put it in an L shape. The room was not position this way. It was actually one that here and in another bed the same way. But we wanted to put this carpet here, so we moved it herself. Okay, so we're going to my head. I have so many pillows appear and then have me bears on how my palm bag hanging here and my slippers under my bed. He put her so you could, um the rage. It's nicely under that. Actually, we didn't think it would fit, but it does. We sell tapestries like, uh, but we decided to take them down since they kept falling before spring break. And then, as you can see, we have lights hung up and they look really pretty at night when we turned them on, Then moving over here. These are our cloth. So these Mary's actually don't come with the room we bought them ourselves. My roommate actually bought this mirror for me, and I thought this mirror for her about two. My target for, like, five dollars. Oh, yeah. And then if you open the closet They have a built in drawers. I put me tops, my bottom's my gym clothes, everything in between. And then my shower caddy and my shower thing's over here, have some books over there. This light over here. I don't really use it by I just Sometimes he's four, and then that mirror back there, it actually opens. You can put things in their ears. I don't remember what I put in there at the beginning of the year on. It's kind of hard to open it, so we're not gonna open that. And then there are extra beddings and blankets, pillows. And then it opened this Jack, it's me coats and cardigans. And then I have my shoes down here and some trash bags and some type pods light and then more actual pillows there. This's my roommates. Hi. This is her death. Mom. She has cute pictures affairs. Well, makeup. And then we have a recycling then and we have a trash bin. And this comes with the room. And then here's my backpack. This isn't my side. This's my desk. I have so many random things up there. But first, let's look at this view. What I really like about Toller is that it's in the middle of campus. You can literally see everyone walking. You see everything. There is a university center, cafeterias, super close. Oh, there's a little tour going on, and that's the rest of capital. Um, here's where Memorial gym, basketball games and all of that. And then so back to my death. Where's my? My chair? The church? Pretty hard. So it might be me and I play pillows in time, so it's a little comfortable and then have a little drawer here for random friend and things. My laptop. I was working on my lab, um, homework. And then I make coffee. My little mirror. This'll actually comes with the room, so that's good. That's nice for setting when my roommate's sleeping, and then I have my pictures. And then my mirror and all these random things appear in my snacks, and that is Hey, guys. So this is the end of our tour? I just wanted to say thank you so much for taking the time out of your day to watch all these videos. I really hope that I give you a better understanding of what life is like here at us. At least for me. I really enjoy us self. But even if you don't end up going here, I wish you the best of luck. If whether you're doing your application or choosing which college you want to go. Teo, um, I hope that your college experience is a lot of fine on a little advice that I would give you to sleep more than you study study more than your party and party as much as you. I got that from Twitter. But thank you so much again. I often practice and I got some food from the Thundercats and I'm going to the lounge and I see my friend. This is removed. He's from the best.