Living on campus in one of Southeast’s residence halls provides you with many advantages over off-campus living.
Check out this comparison of apartment vs. residence hall living:
|Off-campus Apartment||Residence Hall|
|Utility deposits required, plus monthly bills to pay.||No deposits and no keeping track of when the bills are due. One payment takes care of everything.|
|Ramen Noodles and pizza are good, but not for 16 weeks in a row. Grocery shopping.||Chartwells’ award-winning dining options offer you three entrees at every meal and a variety of locations and cuisine with no grocery shopping. Plus, Residence Hall kitchenettes are available if you want to be your own gourmet.|
|You’ve finished studying, but your roommate isn’t home from work yet.||With an entire residence hall filled with students, you can always find somebody ready for fun.|
|Buying a washer and dryer or … visiting the Laundromat.||Cape’s cheapest and cleanest laundry facilities are right in your residence hall.|
|Studying losing out to reality TV?||Study groups, tutors, and even some floors dedicated to students of the same academic major.|
|Boredom from watching that episode of “Bing Bang Theory” for the 15th time.||New friends to watch that episode of “Bing Bang Theory” with for the 15th time, plus
intramural sports, mud volleyball, haunted houses, floor parties, and more.
|Paying for Internet service … or sitting at Starbucks for hours at a time (and the cost of coffee)||You have the University’s high speed connection, Wi-Fi in many areas on campus and
in the comfort of your own room.
|Can’t afford pricey gym memberships||Two student recreation centers and the aquatic center are free and within walking