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Lived in a four person suite in Snow (shared bathroom, two double rooms and a common area). Best dorm location on campus in my opinion. Decent dining hall, has AC and is pretty spacious. The closets have tons of room in them which helps the fact that they don't give you dressers there. Several s...
Pros - Private bathroom - Living room area - AC - Best place on campus location/dining hall wise - Always an open washer/dryer - Multiple lounges/study spaces on every floor Cons: - If someone's in the bathroom in your room, you're screwed - no bathroom that is continuously open - Bathroom can ge...
Pros: - suites: 2 rooms with 2 people each, living room space, and a bathroom - some singles with private bathrooms, REALLY difficult to get unless you have accommodations or lots of credits (100+) - nice view - close to campus - AC!! Controlled by phone call to automated system - 1 small kitchen...
Great dorm room, living here again next semester and would encourage anyone that could to live here.
I lived in a 4 person suite in Snow Hall, which is Honors Housing. The suite is very spacious, and it is awesome to have your own bathroom. The bathrooms have the toilet portioned off with a stall divider, so someone can shower while another person uses the toilet or sink which is convenient. The ro...
Best spot to live on campus, imo. Dorm can get kinda hot if you have the heat set too high, be careful of that.
South is good, nothing really to complain about. Shower head is kind of short but as long as you aren't a giant you'll be fine.