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University of Minnesota Twin Cities--Can I apply for two different dorms?
Hey! I'm a sophomore who has been looking into my options at my preferred college, the University of minnesota. I'm currently torn between two different dorms for specific reasons. Both options are a single as I have a very difficult time with people sleeping in the same room as me (Yes, sleepovers do suck.)
My first and preferred option is at Middlebook because I want to be a part of the LLC community for Spanish learners and speakers. The only problem with this is that there's maybe two singles I could get into there, so my chances are next to nothing. I guess there's always an option of getting a bigger room and then putting a huge divider between us, but how would you even get a roommate that's cool with that? "Oh yeah we can split our room and make it small instead of us sharing a big space, why not?" Doubt it.
My second option is Centennial due to their rooms being really nice and it isn't much of a party hall, which is good for me because then it'll be quieter. On top of that I would be around more people who don't feel the need to always be talking. And lastly, there's a ton of singles there so if I were to apply there I have a good chance of getting in.
So you see, I have a major dilemma. I really want the middle book one but I'm afraid that I won't get the single that I want and then get stuck never sleeping because there's another person in my dorm at all times. So I was wondering if it was possible that I could apply for both dorms then choose which one I would like to have? Otherwise I have to decide on whether Middlebrook is worth the chance of never sleeping and ugh.
Thanks in advance!