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Best Texas A&M Dorms

Here are the 5 best dorms at Texas A&M University. This ranking was put together based off of what students rated Texas A&M dorms on the RateMyDorm Texas A&M Page.

    Appelt Hall Texas A&M University

    Rated 4.3 / 5 stars by 2 Texas A&M students

    "About as close as you can get to the commons and anywhere on central campus is walkable. Also close to the parking garage and mosher, so moving in is really easy!"

    Rated 4.3 / 5 stars by 1 Texas A&M student

    "There’s a sink in the bedroom which is great for a number of reasons! The room was great too because I had it all to myself because my roommate upgraded to a single! The furniture was pretty light so I was able to make a double bed and overall it’s pretty spacious. The shared bathroom is regularly cleaned as well so I had no complaints for the most parts! The only negative thing was sometimes it was a bit of a chore to run to the bathroom (luckily I lived right next to it!) and doing laundry on the first floor was a hassle. You have to time it properly or else you’ll have to wait for one to open and I recommend having a rolling or backpack carrier for your laundry (I chose backpack because there was only a stairwell). Attached is a photo of the normal room and the room when I pushed the beds together to make mega bed—you can’t see mega bed but you can see how tall the ceiling can go when the lofted beds not there!"

    Rated 4.3 / 5 stars by 4 Texas A&M students

    "Recently renovated, and the home of the Engineering Honors-specific dorms. The Engineering department's dorm programs are pretty nice and good for finding friends. During finals week there is a large room in the Commons reserved for Engineering Honors students to study in, with all sorts of snacks and coffee provided. The room was big enough for all my needs, although you basically have to loft your bed if you want all the furniture to fit. Furniture will clearly have been used, but it's sturdy and easy to move around. Floors are hardwood. Ceilings are a little low, especially if you loft your bed. Offers a communal kitchen on some floors. Several small study rooms are scattered throughout each floor, perfect for when you need to do some late-night homework without disturbing your roommates. The hall is connected to A&M's Commons area, which has a dining hall, a convenience store, a post office, meeting rooms, and music practice rooms. Walking time to most on-campus buildings is reasonable. Mosher Hall only offers suites of two doubles connected by a bathroom. Having only one bathroom for four people can get tricky if you all tend to be home at the same time. However, the public restrooms in the central Commons area are close enough to use in an emergency, and are usually really clean. Restrooms are cleaned every week. Overall I really liked living at Mosher! I would recommend it to any engineering student at A&M."

    Rated 4.5 / 5 stars by 4 Texas A&M students

    "Rooms facing Hullabaloo are much smaller in square footage than rooms facing McFadden. Really good location because it puts you inbetween heldenfels and the ILCB/ILSQ. Good access to Northgate if that's your thing. Also right next to Sbisa and the Underground. 2 people to a room that share a bathroom, community kitchen is meh."

    Rated 4.6 / 5 stars by 2 Texas A&M students

    "The rooms are modular, so they are the largest besides living at Hullaballoo. The price isn't too bad, and the location is great, because you are right across the street from commons, which has a dining hall."

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