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goddard triple room question...

tinydancertinydancer Registered User Posts: 55 Junior Member
edited August 2006 in New York University
it says that i'm in 316A and my suitemates are 316B... so do i get a room to myself or am i stuck in a closet-like thing that they have in hayden...?
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Replies to: goddard triple room question...

  • rachel212rachel212 Registered User Posts: 905 Member
    im rachel too!

    that was cool to me.

    Idk if youre in a single or double. I'm in a double and I'm in the 'A' room. i heard the singles are really big and the doubles are small in the suites [well... the same size but that makes the single big and the double small]. im in -13A.
  • kyangkyang Registered User Posts: 163 Junior Member
    I can't quite remember what 16 room looks like (I'm not so good with numbers), but I was in 13A! The setup is eh...not so great. It's almost, but not quite a square, and there's little you can do to make more space. My roommate and I did rearrange furniture a bit to improve it, but not by much. But, I love Goddard...plus I spent most of my time in the hallway anyways, I really just used my room as storage, heh.
  • rachel212rachel212 Registered User Posts: 905 Member
    haha kyang thats such a coincidence.

    yeah i heard that it's small and im kinda upset about that bc my current room is really tiny. As in 12'x9' with a bunk bed, dresser and desk [i share with my sister]. So I was hoping college would be the time to have room to breathe.

    Is it uncomfortably tiny? Oh... and did you guys have 1 fridge and 1 tv for the two rooms, or did you get 2 of each?
    Sorry for all the questions, and thank you :)
  • kyangkyang Registered User Posts: 163 Junior Member
    It's cool...I was really close with my roommate, so things were great. We kept the tv in our room because it was hers (we didn't get along with our suitemate as well), but we all shared the fridge, which we kept in the common hallway because we had an extra closet. We didn't have to bunk the beds, which is nice. There's just not a lot of space, but definitely liveable. We had enough room for a little chair that we put in the center of the room when we entertained guests, and we regularaly held tea parties, and no one complained about crampiness. As for tv/fridge, you should probably wait to see how you get along with your roommate/suitemate.
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