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based on 99 reviews
  • Aline from Mount Pleasant, IA

    I thought that I wanted to live in a freshman dorm, but I was placed into the brand new four-class dorm and I absolutely love it. I'm a pretty introverted person, so it allowed me to make friends with other freshmen in a less chaotic and controlled… more read full review

    I thought that I wanted to live in a freshman dorm, but I was placed into the brand new four-class dorm and I absolutely love it. I'm a pretty introverted person, so it allowed me to make friends with other freshmen in a less chaotic and controlled way. Living in a four-class also means that you are so much closer to the freshmen in your dorm; there are a total of 50 in mine. If you are in an all frosh dorm, you do get to know a lot more of the freshmen and meet a lot of people too! read full review

  • Stephen - Jersey Village, TX

    My impression of Standford was great from the beginning. The videos are inspiring and the campas is majestic. I love Standford and hope to attend someday. read full review

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