i'm wondering that as well, would be nice, the whole floor full of all guys is i don't know, but for san raf men and women are in alternating suites on each floor, so that nice, are all the san raf rooms suites? or just some? i kind of like those high rise buildings.
I guess I'm looking for similar traits, so after a lot of research and talking to many current students, this is my list, in order:
fillupmycup, the only reason santa catalina is last for me is the mile distance from the center of campus. I don't want to be isolated, and a ten minute bike ride every single morning just has to get old, no matter what. The suite style rooms also isolate groups of 4 people from each other. But if you still like that then just put it as first choice and you will most likely get in.
i read through this page and i found lots of differing opinions, so let me run this by and tell me what you guys think:
im looking for a building, on campus (so no FT), that houses lots of freshman.
i like to party, but when im in my room i wanna just be social and also be able to study. i dont want there to be parties or anything going on in my hall, but i dont want it to be deadbeat unsocial as well. i wanna be able to get my work done/hang out with a few buddies in my hall and party outside of my hall in IV or wherever it may be.
im also looking for a building with a hall bathroom, so not a suite i guess. i've heard alot about the building with hall bathrooms tend to be alot more social. it makes sense to me but lots of other ppl disagree. what do you guys think?
also i wanna try to get as big as of a room as possible. im willing to arrange furniture, like bunk the beds or move the desks or something, to maybe fit in a couch or at least just create some room. so i guess im looking for the rooms that are have the largest square footage.
also, do the suites cost any more than the regular rooms? i couldnt see it on the SB website, they only list prices by meal plan and then single vs double vs triple. but i didnt see where it would cost any more for a suite or anything.
Okay with so many posts i am just REALLY confused...
FT has coed floors?
after FT, where do most of the freshmen live?
I want to get the total college experience and live in a place close to campus, nice area/view, a building with hall bathrooms, coed floors, parties/social life at the appropriate time, quite down time at the appropriate time, and good food!
i know it is a lot to ask for, but what do you think the best place would be with all of the above for an incoming freshman?
and i wont have a car with me so ill be taking my bike everywhere...