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Assuming ur a freshmen my advice about the dorms is worth the read b/c I've lived at 3 dorms. In order of time lived:
Towers: Best food, Best night staff, closest to football games, and basketball games. This is a freshmen dorm it has community bathrooms with average sized rooms. You will meet a lot of people here. Don't start fights, puke, or sneak people in after 9 b/c you will deal with cops (fines $) and get into campus trouble (community service. The biggest issue with this place is if you have downtown classes or like to go to the bars b/c you will have to wait for a bus every night or morning, where as if you lived downtown classes are just a short walk away.
Summit- Worst food on campus, but things could have change they just re did the place last summer. Friendliest night staff, and regular staff. Rooms are about the same size as towers but if you can get an end room get it b/c those are the biggest rooms in the building trust me it's like 2 normal rooms. You have suitemates that share a bathroom with you and your roomate. The rec room is open at all hrs.
Arnold Apartments- Mean nightstaff! I have lived in dorms for 3 yrs and have never been harassed this much. If you have your TV on past 9 and they can hear it in the halls they will make you turn it down (even though people in other rooms can't hear it b/c the walls are enforced with concrete!) Food is average somedays it is really good other days it is just as bad as summit. In apartments not in main you have your own bathroom, stove, and fridge. This is great if you like to eat normal food. These rooms are bigger than the normal summit rooms, and about the same size as summit rooms. But, if you get the bigger room like I did it's really big, plus a walkin closet. And if your roomate leaves or graduates like mine did then you have a huge room with 1 walkin closet, another extera closet, and 2 of everything all to yourself.Don't go here if you don't like cold weather. This is something I didn't know until winter it's cold in WV for 4 months of the yr.
|Feb 20 2010|| Male --
Class 2000 |
This school is full of people who can't get over their high school fun, and so if your the type of person who enjoys immersing yourself in the so-called popular culture, then wvu is probably just the place for you; there are numerous bars and parties downtown on any given day. If, though, you are the type of person who would rather sink your teeth into something and learn from both the culture of the city and the school....well, you probably wouldn't thrive here. In other words, there is no substance to this school or city. Really, WVU can be simply described in two words: beer and football. |
Do you look something like this? http://img524.imageshack.us/img524/16/watchyoulookinator4.jpg
If yes, then you'd probably love WVU
|Apr 07 2009|| 1st Year Male --
Class 2012 |