Kiana talks about really living on-campus
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So when you're applying and looking at the school, there's so many different types of housing options, it can be a bit overwhelming. So I'm trying to, like, break it down, really simple for people who are going to first years on campus. I came from Seattle University, and I lived in the drums then, and I lived in this tiny shoe box of room. I had a room A. It was just really cramped space. So when I came to you, I was like, worried about, you know, like my tiny space again. Well, thing that's so nice about a majority of the housing here is, Ah, lot of it was built specifically for the Olympians during the two thousand two Olympics. In my opinion, for dorm living, you typically have a bathroom that you share with a max of six people. You don't really get to like six unless you're living in gateway and you're living in sweet style. I think it's so nice here, living in the dorms there. Not really much of dorms to me, like I have my own room. I've got like, my microwaving, my fresh around like everything that I really need and I live right on campus, so it's super convenient. I'm just like a ten twenty minute walk from my classes. I don't need a car like there's all dining halls on campus. So if you're debating about living off campus your first year living on campus, I think as a first year it's super beneficial for you to live on campus. There's a lot less pressure, have a car, and it's actually nice here. Like I'm not just saying that because I've lived in a crappy dorm last year when I was going to school in Washington. Consider it really think about taking that full freshman experience and living in the dorms and getting your own room and almost your old bathroom. It's nice, don't you? You won't regret it, honestly.