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based on 380 reviews
  • Ricardo from Baldwin Park, CA

    Make sure that you have a good pair of walking or running shoes; you will be walking a lot, especially up and down hills and stairs. Go to the New Student Orientation if you are accepted and will attend; it helps a lot. read full review

  • sylvia - oakland, ca

    hello everyone. my name is sylvia huynh and i am an upcoming sophomore at ucla. everyone may be wondering about the dorm life and i am here to inform you about that. there are four types of rooms: classic, deluxe, plaza, and suite. a classic hall… more read full review

    hello everyone. my name is sylvia huynh and i am an upcoming sophomore at ucla. everyone may be wondering about the dorm life and i am here to inform you about that. there are four types of rooms: classic, deluxe, plaza, and suite. a classic hall is one with a communal bathroom and no ac. a deluxe hall is one with a communal bathroom and ac. a plaza can either have its own private bathroom or share with another room. a suite is kind of like an apartment with the option of a shared bath or private bath. if you are looking for a massive amount of moving space, you might want to get a plaza or suite, but keep in mind that those are a little more pricey. personally, i think a deluxe would be the best option since it is not too pricey or small, but most freshman do not get this option. however, if you are on a budget, a classic hall isn't that bad either. i was in a classic triple my first year. yes it was a little cramped with minimal moving space, but it was doable. the perks of living in a hall is the amount of socializing there is. usually, most freshman are stuck in a classic hall, and in my opinion, it was the best thing ever. i got to meet a lot of new friends and you can always work on homework with some friends or floor mates in your lounge. it is very convenient. plazas and suites tend to be a little less social as everyone is either in their rooms or in their friends room in a hall. overall, if you want the freshman socializing experience, i definitely recommend getting a hall over a plaza or suite. read full review

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