Non-residential college: Harder to make friends?

<li><p>Do non-residentials have common rooms/lounges/anything else on each floor to meet people? Or is there just one common room per building?</p></li>
<li><p>Is it possible to see the floor plans of these buildings? (Could only find the floor plan for a double room, not for the entire floor...) </p></li>
<li><p>Will there be a very small percentage of freshmen in non-res colleges? That would make it harder to make friends, I'm guessing...</p></li>

<p>If it helps, I'm looking mainly at 1835 Hinman, North and South mid quads...although I'm open to other places as well.</p>

<p>Thanks a lot for answering this! Thanks also to everyone who answered my previous threads! You people are awesome! :)</p>

<p>If I put the North and South mid quads or 1835 Hinman on my top 5, am I sure to get them?</p>

<p>Thanks! :)</p>

<p>Floor plans are linked to the right of the building names on this page: Descriptions</a> of Residence Halls, Undergraduate Housing, Student Affairs, Northwestern University</p>

<li>Yes, most residential halls have at least one lounge per floor.</li>
<li>Not necessarily. Allison is considered one of the most social dorms and is perhaps the most popular choice for freshman, yet it's not a res college.</li>