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Mary Donlon Hall
Clara Dickson Hall
Low Rise #7
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The best West campus house to live in. Solid dining hall, proximity to Jansens/Arts quad, and access to all the necessary facilities like laundry, study space, etc.
I lived in a 6-person suite. some pros: (best) dining room downstairs; suite bedrooms are very spacious; bathrooms are clean and shower, sink, toilet are separated; lots of great places for both chilling and studying; aircon; bethe has tons of cool trips! i paid ~$20 for both a round trip to NYC and...
Lived in a single in a suite and loved it! Pros: Suite style was big plus, 5 people shared our bathroom but the toilet, shower, and sink areas were all separated so very convenient. Rooms decently sized, good lighting as well. Dining hall in building! Good common spaces. New building, has climate c...
New building with great study spaces and friendly dining hall staff! Study rooms can get full pretty quickly so if you want to study there on the weekends you need to be early.
I moved in halfway through spring semester from McFaddin (which I would describe as walking into a horror movie), but I really like Bethe! Staff is friendly, bathrooms and hallways are pretty clean, and the location is great. Cons are that the walls are THIN and there’s not many single study spaces....
Really social dorm house on West campus! Double was spacious and just overall a great experience.
Singles are massive, nice bathroom, huge common area. only downside is walking up the slope every morning