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What percent of freshman live on campus?

According to our research, 100.0% of freshman live on campus at Wesleyan University?

What type of housing does Wesleyan University provide?

The below table outlines the different housing options available at Wesleyan University, and how what percent of students are estimated to live in each type of housing.

Available Percent living in Accomodation
Co-ed Dorms true 46.0
Women's Dorms true 1.0
Men's Dorms true 1.0
Sorority Housing true 1.0
Fraternity Housing true 1.0
Single-student Apartaments true 16.0
Married Student Apartaments true -
Special Houses for Disable Students true 1.0
Special Houses for International Students true -
Cooperative Houses true -
Other Housing Type true 33.0

What are the dorms like at Wesleyan University?

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

What are the dimensions of Wesleyan University dorm rooms?

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

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My least favorite thing about the school is a small thing. But it would probably be that there's no big social spaces for students to hang out in, which I think is important in a school in a small town like Middletown, Connecticut, because students aren't hanging out in town. So it does make the campus feel sometimes a bit segmented and separated because the only place for social events really our program houses, which is kind of small and senior houses, which are really small. Um, so during the spring and in the fall, when the weather is nice, the campus feels really kind of unified, and that's a great thing. Andi think it would be great if there were bigger social spaces so that that could happen all year round because, like I said, Mom, there's a lot of crossover Yeah, in terms of like the housing options for freshmen. How does it work? Just like they give you. I'm not like when you come here if you're admit it, but you get you get the choice toe. You know, you could buy yourself. You could live with a roommate and you could just choose like you know where you are. You don't. You can put where you want to live, but does not guarantee, you know. And so Yeah, you have a couple different options. You can live in all freshman dorm, which is Those dorms are called Bennett and Clark, or you can live like we're freshmen and sophomores. And that's called the Butterfields. I would prefer to live in Clark and Bennett because both of those norms have been renovated and they have a C an elevator, while the butts and I mean Butterfields and and the other dorms don't are not, are Hey, So this is a typical Wesleyan dorm room. Wasley Isa Lot of two room doubles, so there's one room here on the outside. And then there's another room on the inside. And it was then it's pretty easy to get a single or two room double. A lot of the brooms have balconies as well. Everyone has their own little view. As faras housing goes, freshmen are placed in dorms. There are many different dorms and human place. Then you can replace and Butterfields, which we call the. But you could be place and next and the next. You could be placed in The West Co. You can be placed in Clark, or you can be placed in Bennett oik, Me Place and a program house, which is called Writer's Block. So housing at Wesleyan. When you are applying for housing, it's random. Your freshman year, it's You don't know where you're gonna live, which can be a tad bit stressful, but it's actually not because it always just works out. And all the dorms agree. They're pros and cons every single dorm, and you usually find that it's okay and everyone's okay with where they're living like it's fine. There's a ton of singles that you can live into, which is great. I know I lived in a single my freshman year, and I know a ton of other people that lived in singles. And that's an option that I don't think I would have had if I went to a different college on DH. Then, as you progress to the years Wesleyan. You either live in program housing or dorm housing and up until your junior year and then your senior year. That's where you'll either get to live in a house or an apartment all on campus, because everyone at Wesleyan lives on campus, which is also a great part of it is that there's not people that are off campus, so it doesn't make the social life the social scene kind of scattered. It's all in one place. It's really condensed, which was great, because then you have everything available to you if you don't have to walk far, taken uber or anything like that. But as Faras housing goes, it's pretty awesome because I hoped that because a lot of senior top houses and I hope is a senior, I have a house because that seems pretty dope. Yeah, but housing seems great. The stairs that we hear a lot about that was a student body. Is that their alternative arts your heart into a liberal for left leaning and free spirited? And I think that the stereotype is this stereotype of definitely Lecter of some portion of the student body. However, I think it would be wrong to say, like everyone is completely like that, because that's just not the case. Like any other place, there is a difference of opinion and cultural background, of course. So basically you can choose to go to any college. So there's But I mean, dorm is, but Clark and Bennett on DH Those air options that you could just be like, Oh, and Nicks and you could just, like, live here and so are a lot of force. Triples my year unfortunate because over grilled a school days so, yeah, so there's a horserace pulls their singles. If you need that, they have that option. Butts on the buses were some use that food option is, and that's a little bit further away. But it's real sorry. Bennett is to room doubles. Really nice, Ben. It's new and it's so it's in our opinion. And then there's West go. There's. Two hundred college, Um I'm sorry. Those are our school's on DH. Those are options that you can choose to go into. Two hundred two. You're in a church. Georgia church is more of a social justice place. You could just you just but and oh, and then there's writer's block. It's quiet. And if you're a writer, police and there are a lot of singles. Hi. So right now I'm in my apartment with my roommate and he's actually tour guide. So he's going to explain the whole spiel about, like, housing for all the years. So that's my roommate, Kofi Kofi. What Major U. Wow. Okay. How'd we meet? Uh, yeah, yeah. Listening Club tennis. Okay. Yeah, We're captains anyway. So what is like, the different housing for all the years? So how's you know his latest? Based off what we call aggressive model. See your first year, you're most likely going to be in a traditional dorm with either just first year students or first year students and sophomores. You're most likely going to be in your standard one room double. Just You know, roommate, you always let me have a few triples that are designed to accommodate three people. Or you could also get a single first year with most Jews are enough one double soft warrior. You can decide to live in a dorm again. You'll most likely have a single if you're in a dorm or you can live in what we hope, Maria houses. Those are houses that house, usually between like, six. And I think the large Aramis about poor students know based on a different theme. Like there's, like, Asian Asian American House, outhouse movement, House music house. The list goes on me about three and my freshman year, which is the only fresh thing I was in the Social Justice House, which is the only one who could do freshman year. Yeah, well, we're socially two hundred church social justice writing block, first use. Kelly asked if you're interested in rain and then West coa, which is aren't simply self expression. Yeah, community. I live there. Yeah, but, Junior, you can decide to live in a program, Puss again. Or you can decide to live in Junior Billy Trish, Our tour for Chris departments that Caroline, Caroline and I are in those two two percent apartments and then senior you can into the lottery for one of the great houses. So it's late. Owns over and gets about one hundred thirty thousand one hundred thirty. Yeah, houses on you in a group of between two and six people. Get a house for the year. I said, really cool. Setup for housing on campus. That was that. Yeah. And that thanks. Um, As for fake ideas that you don't need one if you don't plan on getting your own alcohol at the liquor store. Um, and this is a you're a miner. And obviously if you don't plan on going to the one bar that people go to in Middletown, it people usually frequent it on Wednesdays, which is our night fun. Other than that, it's not a very popular destination.