<p>@Jester504 I'm not sure about that. It sucks that you have to wait but if I were you I would wait for the letter or call the advising office? It seems strange they would take you out of it the next day.</p>
I only know a few of the rooms in those dorms but since I lived in Goddard, had orientation in Hayden and will be an RA in Founders I have a little of an idea.
In Goddard, the rooms are a hugely mixed bag. There is also a mix between suites (two doubles and a bathroom or one double, one single, one bathroom), triples, and doubles. Each has their own bathroom (so the most people you would be sharing with is 3 others). I was lucky enough to have a HUGE single (it was almost the size of the small double next to me). My friend had a HUGE double (the size of two of our friend's double room). My other friend had a triple that was a total mess. There was no good arrangement of the furniture so everything was everywhere. It's completely luck of the draw.</p>
<p>Founders is NOT like this. It is made of all doubles (each with their own bathrooms) and they are known for being the biggest rooms on campus. It was designed as a dorm so some people don't like the "institution-feel." It's also farther from campus than the other freshman dorms but I think many incoming students don't realize that 10 minutes is not a big deal (even at 8 in the morning). </p>
<p>Hayden is all converted apartments (like Goddard) and is known to be more of a party dorm. From what I understand it's a mixed bag too but the room I stayed in for orientation was HUGE and had 3 closets for two people (plus bathroom). It's much older though so has a more old apartment feel. Some of the paint is chipping and little things like that. It also has it's own dining hall which the other two don't.</p>