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Regardless of major, students face difficulties in finding safe, affordable housing while they are taking classes. These concerns weigh heavily, especially for students that do not live on campus. College students have a stressful relationship with housing. This could be because of the fact that they are first time renters, it’s the first time signing
Attention students worried about moving out for the first time! Well, don’t be, because we’ve got it covered. This fear is common. Trust us, we have been there too. Here are five things that current students think you should know before moving out for the first time. Let’s get started: Should you stay? Should you
Students attending SUNY Oswego have a variety of options for housing. We interviewed several people living in various places on and off campus, to compare the structure, quality, and price of each living space. We also wanted to get an idea of the quality of life they experience in these spaces. DISTANCE OF HOUSING OPTIONS
Oswego State sophomore Ben Grieco has a big decision to make: Where will he live during his junior year? When students become upperclassmen, they have to make the decision on where to live. For the first time, they have the ability to choose whether they will continue living on campus in the residence halls. For
Students have enough worries with college classes alone, but then factoring in the thousands of dollars for housing just increases what they deal with. Therefore, a critical part of the college process is taking into account how much money one can save by choosing to live off campus. “We all pay so much money to
Lyndsey Hurlbut and Kyerstan Langdon had been dating for two years when it came time to decide on colleges. Hurlbut, wanting to go into a zoology program, did not find many choices for schools. Torn between a university in Florida and SUNY Oswego, Hurlbut knew Oswego would probably be more accepting of her sexual identity.
The Student Experience. The university’s food infrastructure is built primarily for the on-campus experience. While on-campus students have access to meal plans and dining halls, off-campus students have the difficult job of finding healthy meals all on their own. Though SUNY Oswego compensates more for on-campus students, it has not completely forgotten about off-campus. SUNY