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What percent of freshman live on campus?

According to our research, 92.0% of freshman live on campus at Westminster College PA?

What type of housing does Westminster College PA provide?

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

Available Percent living in Accomodation
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Special Houses for Disable Students true -
Special Houses for International Students true -
Cooperative Houses true -
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What are the dorms like at Westminster College PA?

You’ll have to watch the CampusReel videos to see for sure. However, Westminster College PA 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 Westminster College PA, 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 Westminster College PA feel like home!

What are the dimensions of Westminster College PA dorm rooms?

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

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So you're behind me is the townhouses, which is where all the upperclassmen, so mostly senior, some juniors and even some sophomores get to live and they're really nice. They do call us a little bit extra, but it's really nice having your own separate place, where you don't have an IRA or anything like that looking over you. So each town houses a full kitchen, and a really nice part is also that they have their own washer and dryer. So it's really nice that you don't have to use the community washer and dryers anymore. Want to? You're lucky enough. Top a townhouse Action you do. The townhouses has a really nice living room. Hi, Jen Sana. So this is just a perfect place to hang out. And a lot of students also like to have a little dining room, too, which is nice. And upstairs there's three bedrooms and then on the bottom floor. There's one and all the child houses of two bathrooms, which is really nice, and this one has it sink and mirror and stuff on the outside and then in here. Here's the toilet and really nice showers. So this is an example of one of the bedrooms. They're pretty nice and roomy, and everyone has their own cause it, which is really nice. And this is just another one of the bedrooms. Each bedroom, like all the other residence halls, comes with their own bed and desk and even one of these little extra expanders for like, a little bookshelf. So this is the Ferguson residents hole and this is where all the sororities are housed here on campus. You don't have to live here, but you definitely can. And each sortie basically has their own floor and then they decorate them for their colors and hang up pictures, stuff like that. So I'll show you inside. So this is the entrance upstairs leads to other floors. There is a floor there, and over here is just a lounge area. People liked to hang out here and do homework or just hail their friends. This is one of the bedrooms here in Bourg and this is a part of the CID cap suite, which is the sortie that I'm in. And this is just a double. So there's two girls living here in this room and it's actually pretty space person here, so they just have a lot of room to kind of organize their stuff that way. This is one of the bathrooms can for and it's pretty nice to sit to stinks and three different stalls and they have these nice little catty areas for people to keep all their stuff in. And there are also two different showers, so there's plenty of room for people. There's never any worry about trying to get a shower in the morning or anything like that. So one really nice thing about Ferg is that each chapter has their own chapter room down the basement, and all the chapter rooms are equipped with a TV and a little kitchen so they can come down and cook some food or just hang out and get some studying done. Really, whatever they see fit. So this is ours from my store ity, And this is just really nice, since we're not really lucky enough to have chapter houses here on campus like the fraternities do. But this is kind of a next best thing. So one secret about Westminster's. There's actually tunnels that run underneath the campus, and we aren't allowed to use them anymore. But they used to be able to go in, and they would actually able to paint the walls and stuff. So this is just one of the kind of always that you can see that's connected to the bottom is the main entrance taken our hall and this is the building that I live in. The building is basically a big H. So it has one wing here in another wing right here. My room's actually up here in this top corner and so I'LL take you inside now. So this is the main lobby of Ike. It's something to special, but it does have some couches that people come and hang out on. And there is a pool table, which you can rent some pool sticks and stuff from the Ira's if you get in touch with them. And there's vending machines in case you're ever kind of hungry and don't really feel like leaving your room. What a really nice thing. What sensors you don't? Actually, I'm paid to do your laundry so that it is really nice. You're not wasting like three or four dollars every time. You just want do alone, Just come down here. It's not the nicest thing and sometimes a walk get a little bit gross, but it does work and it's cheap and easy. Yeah, he's hard at work here. We are in my room, and I share this room with three other girls. So there's four of us, and each room basically looks like this. There's a little sink with Cem ears, and we actually decided to keep all of our beds in the other room and have this room a sort of like our living room area, which is actually worked out really nice for us. It's perfect if someone's not ready to go to bed yet, or if they want to do some studying or if they're hanging out with friends or whatever. This is kind of perfect place in between our two rooms. We have a bathroom and it's kind of small, but it works for us. The showers actually decently large on. We just got this little shelf to kind of keep all of our stuff on and then the toilet and everything's over here. And we actually have a cleaning lady that comes every week and she cleans a shower in the toilet, um, and are saints as well. So that's pretty nice. And then this is our bedroom. That is my desk right there. So I keep a lot of clothes and they have a shelf up here. You can kind of use a storage. I don't want my sit at my desk too much. Why do you like to try to keep it cleaned off? Just in case I would like to. And we have our four beds over here. It's a little bit close, but it actually works really well, um, last year we kind of had the same setup, except we had two bunk beds instead. But I didn't really want to be on the top bunk anymore. So we decided to go with this, which actually works pretty well for us and then these shelves up there. And I used to kind of keep storage up there, Um, and also is like under the bed. You can always kind of shove just bands or extra stuff if you, you know, don't have the space for you know, a few different options when it comes to choosing a roommate for your freshman year. You have the option of either coming in the school, knowing someone and choosing to room with them. Or you might be able to meet someone like on the Facebook page or something like that, maybe out one of the accepted students days that you might want a room with. Or they will give you like a survey that you can take. And then they'LL pair you with someone, and I know people that have come in and have chosen their own roommates. And I also know people like myself that was just, like randomly paired with someone. And as it always kind of goes with roommates, you either love him or hate him. Um, most of times, people don't have it really any problems? My freshman year was fine. I got along fine with my roommate. Um, and I also know people that don't like their freshman roommate, so it just kind of depends on you as a person. It's definitely hard living with someone, especially coming right out of living with your parents house. Um, it definitely is a new experience But then, after you kind of get older, you can definitely choose whoever you want to live with. I've lived with the same three girls that last two years, which has been really nice, and we're planning on getting a townhouse next year together so that she's been really enjoyable experience with me. You kind of all become really close, and we all get a long really well. So it's kind of just everyone's like own personal opinion and then also like, you can have the choice to room by yourself. Or maybe you want to be in our ray, which you automatically get your own room. There's just a lot of different options, really, but it's not really something the stress or worry about. I mean, you like to spend time in your room, but it's not really the end of the world if you don't get along with your roommate, especially freshman year. But so that's just a little bit about the roommates