Where Do I Live? Part 2

Here is Part 2 to the Where Do I Live? posts which deals with the apartments on campus.

campus-map

Stadium:

  • 2,3, or 4 Room Option
  • 1-2 Bathrooms
  • Fully Furnished
  • Kitchen, Living Room, and Laundry Room

These apartments are located near the football stadium across Hwy 421. Parking stickers are considered commuter. Macy Cook gives her perspective on living at Stadium.

Pros: “The best part is that it is secluded, and quiet. I have heard a lot of complaints from people who live in faculty that they have noisy neighbors. We do not have that problem here. I have enjoyed living at Stadium immensely. The apartment is spacious and extremely nice!”

Cons: ” The worst part is having to walk across 421, but luckily our parking stickers allow us to park as a commuter, so that really isn’t a problem.”

Barker:

  • 4 Floors
  • Suite and Apartment Style
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 1 1/2 or 2 Bathrooms
  • Living Room and Kitchen
  • Fully Furnished

Barker is located near Shouse. It is either a suite style with 4 bedrooms and 1 1/2 bath. It features a kitchenette with microwave, mini fridge, and cabinet space. The apartment style have 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and full kitchen. Laundry services are on each floor instead of in each apartment. Felix Lam lives in Barker and gives some insight.

Pros: “I love being able to cook for myself and having my own personal room.”

Cons: “Since Barker is not hall style, there is less community, and you don’t get to know as many people as you would in a dorm.”

Faculty:

  • 2 Floors
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Fully Furnished
  • Living Room, Kitchen, Laundry Room

Faculty is located in between the traffic circles and Hwy 421. It is in a better location than Stadium; however, parking is tight. Ondrej Kralik

Pros: “The fact that everyone has their own room, that there is a kitchen is great. Everything is just more personal.”

Cons: “Internet is horrible. It is always in and out.”

Hopefully this helps you decide where to live.

Housing Sign-Ups:

  1. April 1-2: Squatters
  2. April 3: 4th Year Residents
  3. April 4-5: 3rd Year Residents
  4. April 8-9: 2nd Year Residents
  5. April 10-12: 1st Year Residents.

Written by: Marisa Linton

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Author: pineburronline

This blog is intended to be an extension of the printed Campbell University Pine Burr Yearbook -- and ongoing source for coverage of the news and events in the Creek.

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