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Northwest is probably one of the cleanest quads in freshman housing. I was in Rogers hall, and the bathrooms were the cleanest of any residence hall I visited. The rooms are a bit small--but they compensate with hutch desks. Lofting is not permitted because the ceilings are rather low. The buildings...
Lived here throughout my 4 years at UConn. Decent dining hall, great location for STEM majors, and overall decent looking. Would be better if all rooms at AC (lucked out junior and senior years, both had AC)
I enjoyed my time in Northwest SO MUCH. It is an okay distance from the center of campus (not much better you can do anyway), the dining hall is good, it has grab and go, rooms are an okay size (not too big/not too small), you don’t have to bunk/loft the beds, and the desks are magnificent! I met so...
Living in Northwest was so much fun. The dorms are kinda small but the bathrooms are pretty nice once you get past the initial grossness– they were never really too crowded. Of course it varies by year and floor, but my floor (and building) got really close and that made living there a lot of fun. N...
Lived here my freshman and sophomore year because I was a member of the pre-pharmacy learning community. The rooms are really nice but the heaters are on full blast in the winter. It was really nice to be near two dining halls and have options, plus northwest serves late night. You are also really c...
I really enjoyed living here my freshmen year. Not really any complaints other than the bathrooms being kinda dirty most of the time, but that depends on who lives on your floor. Being right next to northwest dining hall is the best thing about living at northwest: great food, open late, and close t...
I lived in Rogers. Private bathrooms are only located on the first floor. The ones in the other floors are not private, but they're very clean and pleasant to be in. Rooms kind of sucked, they weren't very spacious, and the building (rooms included) was often filled with ladybugs. It's a bit of a wa...