hayden or goddard?

<p>I'm trying to decide between the NYU Show exploration floor at hayden and the all the world's a stage stream at goddard.</p>

<p>I heard goddard is the hall with the most community feel and that's pretty important to me. But is it worth choosing bad rooms and the lack of a dining hall over hayden? Is hayden just as social or is it harder to meet lots of people because it tends to get cliquey??</p>

<p>Thanks in advance for the help!!</p>

<p>I lived in Goddard (though not in the ATWAS stream) and the rooms aren't as bad as they make it out to seem. I was in a triple suite, which was 2 bedrooms, 1 single and 1 double. It was damn large and I was content with it.</p>

<p>Lack of a dining hall really makes no difference unless you're THAT lazy. There's 3 major dining halls within 5 minutes (Weinstein which in and of itself has 3 dining halls, Kimmel and Hayden).</p>

<p>Regardless, you better apply fast. The deadline is TODAY.</p>

<p>lol yea i know the deadline's today, i'm always making last-minute decisions! thanks for your reply though!!</p>

<p>if you don't mind me asking some more questions, what community service project(s) did you have to complete at goddard? and is being involved a lot more time consuming than being on an exploration floor?</p>

<p>there were a wide variety of options for community service. I did relay for life this past semester and also did the DKMS bone marrow drives a few times. A lot of people went on the NOLA trip which covers your spring community service requirement in full. </p>

<p>It is a bit more time consuming, but you got to manage your time well. You don't have to be overly involved in the community; if you participate in events a little above the minimum you'll be fine.</p>

<p>I stayed in a Goddard double for a summer and I really liked it. There isn't much floorspace, but a lot of closet space and my room faced the park.</p>

<p>Hayden is seriously overrated. I don't understand the hype!</p>