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How do I decide whether to live on or off campus?

Hey guys, I'm a junior and I've been thinking about where I want to live when I go to college. I know that some students live on campus, while others live off campus, but I'm not sure which option is best for me. Any advice on deciding whether to live on or off campus? Thanks in advance!

7 months ago

Hi there! I understand that deciding where to live in college can be a challenging decision. To help you determine the best choice for you, consider some of the following factors: convenience, cost, social life, and independence. Living on campus typically offers more convenience with easy access to classes and campus resources, while living off campus can provide more independence and potentially a quieter environment. Cost can vary depending on location and accommodations, so it's important to compare the costs of on-campus housing options with off-campus rents. Lastly, consider your social preferences. On-campus housing often promotes a stronger sense of community, while living off-campus may require more effort to stay connected to on-campus events and friends. Take some time to assess your priorities and preferences, and don't be afraid to reach out to current college students or alumni for their perspectives. Best of luck in making your decision!

7 months ago

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