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What percent of freshman live on campus?

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

What type of housing does Yale University provide?

The below table outlines the different housing options available at Yale University, 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 Yale University?

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

What are the dimensions of Yale University dorm rooms?

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

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Welcome to my suite! At Yale, we live in singles or doubles connected by a common room. I live with my five closest friends in Jonathan Edwards College, and I couldn't be happier! FROM THE EDITOR As a domestic or international student, you ought to be concerned about living at Yale University. That’s why we’ve created a complete guide to Yale University housing and dorms, to help you figure out the best Yale University dorm for you. Yale University is a friendly and healthy community, and these video have everything you need to ensure you have an amazing time at Yale University. In this Yale University dorm tour, you get to experience what it is like living in the housing on campus and off campus. This dorm tour takes place in Jonathan Edwards College, an on-campus dorm and residence hall. There are a variety of Yale University residence halls and Yale University housing options, and CampusReel hosts videos from a number of the best Yale University housing options. Usually, the housing options for freshman differ from housing options for upperclassman. What are the best Yale University freshman dorms? You can watch all of the Yale University dorm tours here to see for yourself and find a guide to Yale dorms along with the above video. The Yale University housing and dormitory options include Benjamin Franklin College, Berkeley College, Branford College, Davenport College, Ezra Stiles College, Grace Hopper College, Morse College, and more. The university provides everything you need, including comfortable beds and large storage sections. Yale University housing in Jonathan Edwards College on campus makes it easy for you to appreciate your time at the university while securing full use of the amenities. 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. Yale University dorm rooms are spacious and consist of all the essential components you require to feel content, quite like how it is at home. Most rooms are decently sized and often have room for a refrigerator. Yale University dorm rooms are great just as they are though you can always give them a unique look with inspirational decorating ideas. In this Yale University 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 Yale University 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 Yale University. Different room sizes and room types are available to accommodate different setups and needs. They include singles, double, three-person suites, and four-person suites. Spend your time among the robust residential community and benefit from the variety of living options for your peace of mind. Making Yale dorms your home means making the most out of the Yale University campus life. So begin your journey with confidence and progress towards becoming self-directed individuals. Yale University housing on campus means relaxing in the height of comfort with eco-friendly and stylish room furniture. So come live the Yale University and use this Yale University dorm tour in Curtis Hall as your gateway to the glorious days ahead.

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A number of freshman like freshmen get sort of a poly Mary Benjamin Franklin College on DH TD to use right college and cinnamon College with those four colleges Bill expression that you get to live on there, actually in their actual college starts. Four. For you, one of the main. So all those windows Those are essentially dorm rooms. Until most students at Yale lives sweet so information So essentially Yalies have sweet meats. So it's one sweet common room and individual bedrooms, So I'd like you to have here. But a lot of doubles well. So this is actually the main courtyard calling Mary College today, you can see the tower a lot of to tower. I had to have been all the way up there, but I love Teo. Gonna put that on my back. Including other things like Scales park this power words So every college has a student kitchen and one of my favorites of butter. This is the battery for Benjamin Franklin College. Our reporters here. Cool, please. So this is the area where late night A lot of students coming hang out and play ping pong for foosball and just sort of relax a little bit On was also a TV here from the budget here. So? So when my favorite spots to hang out friends and then each buttery has a sort of soup kitchen. Where student workers work about two hours, maybe night, and make greasy hamburgers, cheeseburgers, pancakes with many here. Uh, chicken walking two dollars. Mott sticks twenty five cents each. So this is great. Its very, very cheap time for the Saints. And so I've gotten to hang out, but also these really nice boots. Great. So that is. Randa built hall. And I made this walk very often when I was a freshman. So I lived in that hall over there that is known as AL job. Um, and that's where freshmen that gets sort of disappeared from college left. Um, so But I have a lot of friends that live in Vanderbilt's had always walk down this path. Two friends are gone over there. Sweets so sanitary, excited to go into dinner soon. And this is This is the beautiful here old campus kind of a cloudy day. But you don't see many soon. Sort of walking and making their way back to their rooms after classes. Next, I'm going to show you is dirt fees, which is the snack shop at Gail I'm. So you'll has this incredible offer where if you can't where you can sit down for a full one, you're allowed to go to snacks, will pick up for you, snaps or treats for yourself. I sometimes use my guests right to eat at lunch. And you know at this next to the yogurt chips. Finally, a bunch of goodies that keep me going as So I'm gonna give you, like tour of my sweet that way Sweet So rooms connected by one common room on And I live in a sex test So it's I live with myself and five other people and we're sextet of four singles and one double. I thought Lucky and I have a suit. It's beautiful. And I'm gonna show you right now, Teo. This is go away. This is Ollie and Daisy. And this is a common room. This is the room that connects us all way. Have caps that we bought off free for sale for one hundred dollars. It also pulls out into super is our window looks out into the courtyard. How beautiful. We have a little succulent garden. And, um, I believe that we just kissed yesterday, and I'm not sure how this caution wet floor. So I got into our suite a mystery. We bought an orchid for way too. And then down here it's appears besides these two singles. So let me show you to my room. So this is my room. It is for you to fall. So welcome to my friend. Let me show you around. This is my door nearer. This is starts. Spaces, clothes, jewelry. Here's my deaths. Here's my bed from my window. I have a little cart thing that I'm thinking about what you do with yet shoot and my closet, so the things in this room that was provided by the university. Wass bed. The desk, The closet. Yes, sir. This is my room. So unless you're placed into Silman, Timothy Dwight, Benjamin Franklin are palling. Murray colleges For your first year, you live on old campus and you live with other members of your class that are in the same college as you are on. Before you get to campus, you fill out a survey. It's very brief and asked you if you're ah morning person if you like to listen to music loudly home, if you're messy or meat, and then the university collects all that data, and then they put you into sweet according to your college and your preferences. If your place in one of the four colleges that I mentioned before you live in the college your first year and that's mostly due to space, there's just enough space in those colleges Toehold for class ears. But if not, if you live on old campus for your first year, you're second year. You move into your actual residential college. And the exciting thing about your second year is that you get to choose your suite mates. So a lot of people decide to stay with this sweet that the university assigned them, because usually it ends up working out um But you can also decide to split up your sweet. You can join a different suite. The thing is you you live with people in your college or you can do what I did, which is I transferred colleges. So my first year, I was placed into Trumbull College, so I lived in Bingham Hall on old campus with five incredible young woman. However, I found so much love, support, friendship and community and Farnum Hall, which is where the J E. The Jonathan Edward Edwards Kidsday on DH It just so happened that all my friends were in J. So I realized halfway through my first year that I really wanted to live with my friends. So I applied to transfer colleges. And now I'm in Jonathan Edwards and I got, too, and I'm living with whom My best friends And there goes my pencil hum and it's honestly, I'm so happy that I transferred colleges. I wasn't unhappy it Trumbull. I just really wanted to go live with my friends. And I think at the end of the day, that's the beauty of the residential college system is that even though Yale can be a pretty big and almost intimidating space. You can always return to your small community and your rest college. But college is a RH, typically pretty small, so I know almost everyone and that I know almost everyone who lives in J because we're a pretty Great. So we are now at the center of Deal's off campus. So beginning point, actually, where I served monster from here, you're used to where you will live. So this is Maine. Where Lim's. That's something that we have to write college. Benjamin Franklin. Holy Mary. So there you have watched Hall. Here. Find a bill calls good. This is your style's college. It was open in nineteen sixty two. Let it be known for having the best diving for it has been incredible pizza of them on. Many people come here just for the pizza, and that is where the dining hall, usually if it's right there. If we walk a little bit more, you could see Payne Whitney, chairman of the painting. Jim, is yelled largest with him. Bradley was originally meant to be commissioned as a church. What? You have to use it as a gym, Not sure what history there is, but it is one of the largest college nations we are where in the world. But so this is we're now in Benjamin Franklin called So now we're going to take a tour of old campus. Old campus is where most of the first year's live. There are a lot of different halls. Residence halls on old campus, for example, the one behind Mia's Durfee. The one right here is Lingam right hall, and each resident hall corresponds to a certain residential college. So last year I was in trouble, so I lived in being home. But so, yeah, let's let's see a little bit of campus. A lot of cool events happened on old campus. For example, our annual spring fling, where we invite musical artist to come perform concerts for us happened right here. Martine Marvin Chun just held a bulldog bash at the beginning of the year, Um, where he invited a salsa band and a deejay to come and play at the beginning of the school year so that we could all reunite and talk about our summers and dance and have a lot of fun. There was a beer garden. There is a kettle corn station. Some pizza was a lot of lot of fun. Well, I have some very bad news. We've reached the end of our tour. It's been so much fun. I just want to think every single one of you for watching this and for sharing this journey with me. I wish that I had more time to show you everything that the university has to offer, because I haven't even really scratched the surface of what Yale is and of course, something that a lot of people say. But I think this rings true is that there are so many different versions of Yale. There's so many different versions of every university in college because, really, at the end of the day, it's what the student makes of it. Mom, and for me, my experience at Yale has been so incredibly terrific. I have not only grown intellectually and academically, but I've also grown as a person. I've met the coolest, most dope people here. Um, and I have the pleasure of calling them my son, my closest friends. So I want to leave you all with one last piece of advice. Well, I guess it's two pieces of advice wrapped up into one. We'll see you first. It's to do what you love. I think Ali said this in their interview. But if you have something that you're passionate about, you need to follow it with reckless abandon. Don't hurt yourself or anyone else, but do what you love. I mean, if you like to play the mandolin, you play the mandolin and you put that on your college app and use it in a video. If you have perfected the art of the grilled cheese sandwich and that's something that you genuinely love to do, tell them about it. Put it in your app, because at the end of the day, colleges want to say, See what makes you you. And if play the mandolin or making a really slapping girl cheese in, which is what makes you you, that's what they're going to want. Honesty. My last piece of advice is, too, and I guess this kind of fold into the first one. But it's to make sure that you're taking time for yourself. This whole process can be so incredibly draining, intimidating, scary, just so stressful. I want you to make sure that every day you're taking a few minutes to do something that just relaxes you whether that's scrolling on Twitter or taking a nap, reading some books, hanging out with friends or family, make sure that you're taking time for yourself because you need to keep healthy And same. Yeah. So if you have, you've liked this. If you've enjoyed this tour, make sure that you show your friends or anyone else who's interested in Yale. Um, and if you have any other questions, things that I didn't touch on, I think all of this information will most of the information I did give you guys some inside scoops, but, ah, lot of information should be found on the Yale admissions website. Would you couldjust find by Google and Yale admissions? But yeah, I wish you all the best of luck and your college process. Stay safe. Stay. Same. Stay beautiful. Stay refreshed. And yeah, maybe I'll see a few of you as Haley's Come next fall. So thank you again by Booth. Also tour Secret tour. We did it. It's done well, Yes, I know. I promised never to do that again, but I couldn't Here. Students. To listen to this. Students study Miles, JJ. This is the J Sculpture garden. We share a sculpture garden with the U AG or the Yale University Art Gallery. We're the only college that has the sculpture garden are. Maybe not, but ours is the best, probably, and you, Thanks for coming on our Grates. I'm gonna take you guys. What I think is the most beautiful college. It's actually where I fell in love with belts, Fred for college. It's a beautiful morning. I see power. I'm tall. Yeah, from farmers there, See what politics is. Come around. And this is the exact spot, right? I was looking up in that tower. Now get This is it for me? I love it here. No refugees has the most incredible extremes. You know, walking and are incredible.