Corridor-style Housing Options

Corridor-style Housing Options


>>David: Hey, my name’s David. I’m here to show you what
corridor style is all about. Corridor style is kind of
like living in a hotel. There are multiple floors with a long hallway. Each hall is divided into two wings with
rooms lining both sides of the hall. I prefer corridor style because
it feels like living in a small community inside
of a large community. Peet, Braddon, Shults, Burdick,
Robinson/Champlin, and Getman are the corridor style
choices and are located all along campus. Each of the buildings has
its own advantages depending on the different lifestyles
that you are looking for. Peet, for example, houses only
students in the baccalaureate program. This means that only students in
four-year programs can live there. Robinson/Champlin and Getman are single rooms. And Burdick Hall offers you the choice of
the living learning community lifestyle. Events like R.A. presentations, or even
just even a game of pool with someone new, have really added to my college experience. If it had not been for the corridor style
choice I would not have made many friends that are outside of my curriculum
and clubs that I am involved in. [ Music ]

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