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single housing

jasonlee576jasonlee576 Registered User Posts: 543 Member
i was wondering if I chose single as my room type, will i get a double if singles are unavailable. And given the fact that most rooms in Revelle will not be a single, is it worth it to put down the room type as a single? I definitely do not want a triple! And are Argo/ Blake considered Residence Halls or apartments?
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Replies to: single housing

  • astrinaastrina Registered User Posts: 3,029 Senior Member
    they're reshalls.

    and no, putting down a single does not increase your chances of getting a double over a triple.
  • jasonlee576jasonlee576 Registered User Posts: 543 Member
    so i guess there is a possibility I might get a triple. That sucks. Oh well.
  • astrinaastrina Registered User Posts: 3,029 Senior Member
    yep. better get those doctor's notes now!
  • i_losei_lose Registered User Posts: 589 Member
    After reflecting a bit over this past year, living in a triple was kind of fun at times because you had a mini-party at times; you can't really "party" with one other person. doubles are kind of boring if your roommate isn't home, but there's almost always someone for a triple to talk to or hang out with.
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