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Choosing Campus Housing

little1little1 Registered User Posts: 9 New Member
Hey everyone!

I'm going to be a freshman at the U of M next fall (2015) and had some questions about what housing would be best for me. I've done PSEO so I have some sort of feel of the housing on campus, but I'd love to hear your guys' opinions.

I'm very studious and hardworking, school is very important to me. I like my quiet spaces, yet at the same time I'm not super awkward and (hate to use this word) "nerdy". I'm also not into sharing bathrooms with a ton of other people unless they're very clean. I also don't drink or party, but am very personable and like to have a good time.

I want to meet new people and hopefully find a best friend in my roommate! I'm open to single rooms too, I just don't want to feel closed off. Suites are totally an option as well. Do they do a good job matching roommates?

Thank you!

Replies to: Choosing Campus Housing

  • little1little1 Registered User Posts: 9 New Member
    ^^ I also posted a similar discussion on another account, but for some reason CC kept saying my password was incorrect even when I reset it.. oh well. Plus this is more concise versus the 1 am rambling of the last post.

    Thanks again :)
  • TransferGopherTransferGopher Registered User Posts: 363 Member
    It's random roommates unless you meet one on the facebook group or something. I said this on my other post, but try to get 17th. You gotta apply the day the apps come out though. 17th is so much better than anything else
  • mitchklongmitchklong Registered User Posts: 813 Member
    Consider LLCs. Pillar house in in 17th, and demand hasnt been that high so you will likely get in.
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