What Is West Village F Like?

<p>Of course everyone here knows the description of it, but does anyone have any experience there? Like how did you and your suitemates manage cleaning the kitchen and bathroom? Any situations of one person being really wierd?</p>

<p>I would also like to know that. i think you should post this question on neu's admitted student message board at:
<a href="http://messageboard.chatuniversity.com/NEU/%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://messageboard.chatuniversity.com/NEU/&lt;/a>
you could probably have a greater chance at getting a current student to look at that.</p>

<p>Our rules are basically if you use a dish/cup/silverware, put it in the dishwasher. If the dishwasher is full, start it. If the dishwasher is clean, empty it. It works quite well. Then once the bathroom/kitchen/living room gets dirty, we just say "lets clean the room" and then we do 2 people clean kitchen, 2 clean bathroom, and 2 clean living room.</p>

<p>When you live with 5 other people, the chances of you getting a weird roommate increase, but changes are you'll get good roommates as well.</p>

<p>does this only hose the freshman honors students, or can regular students sometimes be placed in there?</p>

<p>Well for our bathroom, we usually land up cleaning once in two months ( we would just randomly decide that it was high time that someone cleaned the bathrooms ). We wrote our names on pieces of paper and one of us picked two out of the 6. We keep doing that... </p>

<p>Also, if someone pukes in the bathroom in the middle of the two month period, then the person who puked had to clean it up and if he/she didn't, then the suitemates who threw the party would.</p>

<p>West Village F is only for freshman honors. What they don't tell you is that not ALL honor students get West F. Some get placed in Kennedy, which is half honors, half non-honors. Kennedy is older, the living is suite style but there aren't kitchens, just private bathrooms and common rooms. It's the nicest freshman housing after West F.</p>

<p>Things might change once the huge new dorms are up... I believe a lot of freshman will be housed there but I have no details.</p>

<p>From what I've heard, once the new dorms are done being built, the honors students will be shifted to these new dorms and West F will become upperclassmen housing.</p>

<p>"What they don't tell you is that not ALL honor students get West F. Some get placed in Kennedy, which is half honors, half non-honors."</p>

<p>Do you know what percentage of the freshmen (roughly) are placed in Kennedy? Also, are the dorms for honors students chosen by lottery or is it first come first serve? Thanks!</p>

<p>No idea about the percentage, but Kennedy fits 200 kids so around 100 would be honors. All housing is done randomly so you end up wherever they choose to place you.</p>

<p>West Village is really nice but ending up in Kennedy isn't that bad. No one that I know complained about it. It's in a nice area of campus, close to Whole Foods, the Fens, the Marino center. Plus it's like $1000 less a semester, West Village is insanely expensive.</p>

<p>It's pretty much first come, first serve. We were told (during EA weekend) to get your housing deposits in early if you wanted your first choice. I'd assume WVF fills up quickly.</p>