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but my question was more about how overt, and unavoidable these things were going to be in the average state school dorm.
. . . . . . I didn't mean to ask for comparisons between public and private schools, because I realize those behaviors are going on everywhere, I am just trying to figure out what the living situation is likely to be if she goes to an in-state public school.
. . . . . I am just trying to assess how much of that is going on in a public university dorm, and would be unavoidable by the kids who prefer not to partake. Thanks.
We know a college freshman who could not even study in his dorm room because of the non-stop loud music from nearby rooms. Imagine investing $10K into your child's on-campus living only to have them spend more time in the library than in their room. So much for his "true college experience."