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Texas A&M Dorms
I am most likely going to end up at Texas A&M and was wondering about their dorm selection. I know that at different colleges there is a notorious "party" dorm and a notorious "only studies and doesn't do anything fun" dorm (to each their own polarizing limits of course). I want to be in a dorm that will not be situated somewhere in the middle: not a party dorm but not so stuck in their books that they cannot communicate with others because it will disrupt their studies. An example of a good fit would be the Teal dorm at Baylor University. It is known for being the nicest dorm for students more focused on their studies. Thanks for any help!3 replies
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