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Katie shows you around umrath house
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Umrath and South Forty Residential College is comprised of Umrath House and South Forty House. Umrath House is designed as double and triple bedroom units, each unit having its own private bathroom. South Forty House is designed as primarily 3-person or 4-person suites with a few double suites, each suite having its own private bathroom. As a domestic or international student, you ought to be concerned about your stay at Washington University in St. Louis. But even if you’re a local, WashU housing is excellent, to say the least. It is a friendly and healthy community. It has everything you need for an amazing time at Washington University in St. Louis. What could be more satisfying than having everything accessible at one housing facility? Access friends, living utilities and tons of amenities right when you need them. WashUd orm rooms are spacious and consist of all the essential components you require to feel content, quite like how it is at home. In this Washington University in St. Louis dorm tour, you get to experience what it is like living at the housing on campus. This dorm tour takes place in Umrath House, a dorm and residence hall. Other residence halls includes South 40 Colleges, Hitzeman, Hurd and Myers Residential College, Lee & Beaumont Residential College, Liggett & Koenig Residential College, Park & Mudd Residential College, Robert S. Brookings Residential College, Shanedling, Dauten & Rutledge Residential College, Thomas H. Elliot Residential College, Wayman Crow Residential College, and William Greenleaf Eliot Residential College. The university provides everything you need, including comfortable beds and large storage sections. Washington University in St. Louis housing in Race Street Hall on campus makes it easy for you to appreciate your time at the university while securing full use of the amenities. The modern dorms vary from two-person suites, three-person-suites, four-person-suites, and six-person-suites. Most rooms are decently sized and often have room for a refrigerator. Washington University in St. Louis University dorm rooms are great just as they are though you can always give them a unique look with inspirational decorating ideas. In this Washington University in St. Louis dorm tour, you will get to see what it is like from the inside of a dorm room to provide you with a clear picture of what to expect. With distinct residence halls on campus with different styles, you are far away from being disappointed. This WashU housing video tour is an amazing way to experience life on campus. So be prepared to make use of the accessible and affordable housing on-campus to compliment your stay at Washington University in St. Louis. Different room sizes and room types are available to accommodate different setups and needs. Spend your time among the robust residential community and benefit from the variety of living options for your peace of mind. Making Washington University in St. Louis dorms your home means making the most out of the Washington University in St. Louis campus life. So begin your journey with confidence and progress towards becoming self-directed individuals. Washington University in St. Louis housing on campus means relaxing in the height of comfort with eco-friendly and stylish room furniture. So come live the Washington University in St. Louis life and use this Washington University in St. Louis dorm tour in Race Hall as your gateway to the glorious days ahead.
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Washington University in St Louis Umrath Hall

01:02
Katie shows you around umrath house
Dorms 4.0
Umrath and South Forty Residential College is comprised of Umrath House and South Forty House. Umrath House is designed as double and triple bedroom units, each unit having its own private bathroom. South Forty House is designed as primarily 3-person or 4-person suites with a few double suites, each suite having its own private bathroom. As a domestic or international student, you ought to be concerned about your stay at Washington University in St. Louis. But even if you’re a local, WashU housing is excellent, to say the least. It is a friendly and healthy community. It has everything you need for an amazing time at Washington University in St. Louis. What could be more satisfying than having everything accessible at one housing facility? Access friends, living utilities and tons of amenities right when you need them. WashUd orm rooms are spacious and consist of all the essential components you require to feel content, quite like how it is at home. In this Washington University in St. Louis dorm tour, you get to experience what it is like living at the housing on campus. This dorm tour takes place in Umrath House, a dorm and residence hall. Other residence halls includes South 40 Colleges, Hitzeman, Hurd and Myers Residential College, Lee & Beaumont Residential College, Liggett & Koenig Residential College, Park & Mudd Residential College, Robert S. Brookings Residential College, Shanedling, Dauten & Rutledge Residential College, Thomas H. Elliot Residential College, Wayman Crow Residential College, and William Greenleaf Eliot Residential College. The university provides everything you need, including comfortable beds and large storage sections. Washington University in St. Louis housing in Race Street Hall on campus makes it easy for you to appreciate your time at the university while securing full use of the amenities. The modern dorms vary from two-person suites, three-person-suites, four-person-suites, and six-person-suites. Most rooms are decently sized and often have room for a refrigerator. Washington University in St. Louis University dorm rooms are great just as they are though you can always give them a unique look with inspirational decorating ideas. In this Washington University in St. Louis dorm tour, you will get to see what it is like from the inside of a dorm room to provide you with a clear picture of what to expect. With distinct residence halls on campus with different styles, you are far away from being disappointed. This WashU housing video tour is an amazing way to experience life on campus. So be prepared to make use of the accessible and affordable housing on-campus to compliment your stay at Washington University in St. Louis. Different room sizes and room types are available to accommodate different setups and needs. Spend your time among the robust residential community and benefit from the variety of living options for your peace of mind. Making Washington University in St. Louis dorms your home means making the most out of the Washington University in St. Louis campus life. So begin your journey with confidence and progress towards becoming self-directed individuals. Washington University in St. Louis housing on campus means relaxing in the height of comfort with eco-friendly and stylish room furniture. So come live the Washington University in St. Louis life and use this Washington University in St. Louis dorm tour in Race Hall as your gateway to the glorious days ahead.

Okay, so just to give you some background about the different schools that we have here at Wash U, we have arts and sciences, which I'm in. If you're in stem, unless you're engineering, you'll probably be in the arts sciences. We have the business school and the engineering school and art school on DH. They all have different parts of campus, but campus is pretty small, so it's not like you have to walk super far to get anywhere. Um, I have friends and a lot of different schools, so it's not like if you're in business, you're only gonna have business friends or anything. It's a really good community here. Um, and you can double major across schools. I'm pretty sure you can take classes across schools like you don't have a few in arts and sciences. You want taken art class like you could take an art class. You could make an architecture class. You know it can be. It's really just whatever you On DH Socially, it's very easy to get involved, which is really nice. It's not like a very stressful social scene. So yeah, if you want to be. If you want to be social and go out on the weekends are always things to do and people are generally very welcoming. And I think that if you are involved in Greek life, it starts to feel very small socially. You kind of will see the same people every weekend. But I really like that because it kind of feels like high school again where you like, go to a party and see you'll know almost everyone, or at least recognize people, which is, like, comforting. Um but of course, as I said before, the social sheet, the social scene is very inclusive. So even if you're not involved in Greek life and aren't part of that, like smaller social circle, you can still definitely go to parties, and people are very welcoming. Okay, so I'm just gonna show you my floor. Um, I live in, um, wrath house, which is so residential colleges and made up of two dorm buildings. So my residential college is south forty. Um, like so for ho South forty house. Um, but I live in, um, wrath, which is the other dorm building. It's all freshmen. I live on the first floor. So this is all of the dorms past here, and then on the other side, it's This is all like, offices and common room stuff. But if you live on any floor except for the first floor, the whole floor is just going to the dorms. Um, so every floor has a big common room. We only have one. Most wars have to, since the whole thing is dorm building dorms. This is our common room. A lot of times, my floor is really close. So a lot of times we'll come in here, we'll hang out, we'll be doing homework. We'll eat together. Um, so it's a really nice community. Your freshman floor's like a big thing here at Wash The athletic culture at Wash U. While she was definitely not a big sports school. Um, I think I've gone to a couple sports games, just like I have friends on the team. But it's not like a state school where you like tailgate all day and then go to the games. I think people would go if they have friends on the team, but it's not like a big Washington. So so I sent my name's Yasiel Leon Max from Wycoff, New Jersey So made quite the journey out TIO St Louis, Missouri, for college. But I loved it so far. Really involved in campus. So I'm involved. I'm in the hole in business school over at Wash U, some involved with a lot of business organizations. I mean, one of the main business fraternities on campus, the Sigma Pi R D s P on the board for the Washing Investment Banking Association. I'm involved with the washing consulting associations well, and then outside of that, I do a lot of volunteering. So I volunteered for an organization called Coaches for Kids, where I essentially work with underprivileged children throughout St Louis and coach them and basketball, which is super fun. And lots of other camps, organizations involved with the Washington and saying and so forth. I really love that there's Greek life is, I think, around thirty or forty percent of the campus of the student body, and I think it's definitely present at Wash U. I think wash use not the biggest party school if you're not involved in Greek lady, but also that being said, if you aren't involved, it's very easy to still go to parties and like, find things to do at Um so I'd say academically wash u student body is very collaborative. I think people are genuinely interested in helping others out, which is great because it's definitely competitive in the sense that people are very invested in their academics and work really hard and want to do well. But I don't think it's cut throat and that people don't. I want other people to do well, so that's I'm Camilla, Mariah's. I'm from New York City, and I'm currently a rising junior at Wash U on campus. I'm a member of the Pi Beta Phi sorority, and I'm on the Student Technology Association committee, and I was on the social programming board for one year, started mid freshman year through software. I chose wash you because, well, first I wanted to be kind of far away from home. I'm just used to living in the city, and the campus is a little more secluded from the city. So I like that. And I immediately fell in love with it when I visited, because the campus is so nice. And also I wanted a school that kind of had both aspects of a smaller liberal arts college. And like a bigger university, which wash you desperate definitely has. Andi. It's medium size, which I also wanted. So now I'm going to show you the South forty, which is basically just what we call the place where all the dorms are. So that's kind of the entrance. If you could see those stairs, you walk down. This is my building right here. That's a breath. Um, this is South forty, which is the other dorm building, um, in my residential college. And then this is also where bears did and pause and go R, which is where you can eat on the forty. And then if we walk this way, um, you can see all of the other Joran buildings on campus. A lot of them. Our freshman dorm. So you can see from here, Um, and then let me get over here so you can see there's a big field right in the middle. And then all surrounding this field, our dorm building says they're all dorm buildings. The mail room's over there. Over here. Uh, yeah, A lot of times people play Frisbee there. Um, there's sometimes some sales. They're like people have old books. Um, you could get him on this field. Um, there's a basketball court. Sometimes people look really nice Freshman live on campus in this area called the South forty. And so freshmen and sophomores air there, and it's kind of isolated from Main campus, which is really nice. You feel like you're in your own little area with all the other soon ins, and there's like a dining hall there. There's a gym, Andi. Overall, it's just really nice looking tio, and you live in sweet style houses or dorms. Yeah, sweets. I'll dorms. And so you could either have what I had when I was a freshman Wass. There were three rooms in the suite and two bathrooms, so I was able to share my bathroom with just three other people. Which is great because at most schools you share a bathroom with your whole entire floor. And the other option is you can have a suite with just two rooms and you share one bathroom. But overall, the dorms are really nice. The rings are really nice and the beds or tempera