CT Housing Guide
Perhaps one of the most jarring changes college presents to young students is that they must learn to deal with a roommate. With all that newfound independence, it can be difficult coming to terms with living in close quarters with someone else.
When students first walk into a new dorm room, they are greeted with a dull, barren space. In a way, it is a blank canvas ready to be painted with their personality and style.
There’s plenty of reasons that somebody may have for wanting to live off-campus. They can find a cheaper option than the upper class dorms, they don’t have to abide by the rules of the dorms, and they can customize the space however they’d like.
A small guide to VCU living.
Students moving into on-campus housing are often greeted by bare walls and a skeleton of potential. The question that hits underclassmen should not be what can be done, but instead what should be done first. Individuals trying to transform the blank wall space into something that reflects their personality have scores of options at the fingertips.
One of the elements that sets VCU apart from other universities is the fact that living on-campus after freshman year is optional. Finding a place to live can be an overwhelming task for students who are barely 18, but by following a few steps, the decision can be simple and stress-free.
The price for on-campus housing at VCU is more directly influenced by the number of suitemates or roommates you have than by which building you live in or what kind of amenities are provided.