Here's the scoop:
I'm currently doing full-time PSEO at the U of M and this will be my second year. So basically I'm in high school, but my Junior and Senior year I will have taken all of my courses at the U of M, which would make me a Junior at the U of M upon graduation of high school. Hope that makes sense!
That's just some background, the real question I have is about housing. Having been at the U of M for a year now (living at home) I have gotten a feel of the dorms, but I would like a second (or hundredth) opinion on what housing you think would fit best for me.
I'd like to say I'm a fun gal-- I'm very driven and friendly and really like online shopping and kittens. I'm a normal girl you'd find at the U, but unlike many, I'm NOT a partier. I don't think I'd do well in superblock. In fact, I'm pretty scared of drunk people so that's out of the question. I just don't want a roommate who comes home late every night with a random guy and occasionally pukes on my clothes, you know? I'm interested in studying either biology or psychology and like being around other people who hold school as a high priority (I really do). I need/prefer quiet spaces to study and like having my own space. I really would not want to share a communal bathroom unless it's super clean (I'm kind of a germaphobe). I don't mind having a roommate, but probably only one other girl. At the same time, I'd prefer having my own room. I'm open to single rooms, but I also want to meet new people and make new friends, since my whole PSEO situation is kind of socially awkward (I started when I was 16).
I hope that gives you sort of an idea of who I am... feel free to ask more questions! I'm thinking either Yudof (in a double suite so I can have my own room, still have a roommate, and a private bath) or 17th in a double cause it's so clean and new (for now at least, I suppose). Do they do a good job matching roommates? Even in suites like Yudof?
I'm also not in honors. I'm artsy, but I donno if I'm quirky enough to fit in with some of the middlebrook kids.
Thank you in advance for your help!