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Private not-for-profit, Inter-/Non-denominational
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It's cheaper to live on campus than to rent an apartment off campus, but the rent is still high for a student's budget. The buildings however, have been well-maintained and are in good condition. The maintenance staff is very kind trustworthy, which I appreciate.
It's great to have access to a nice little coffee shop on breaks from class or while studying. The staff (mostly fellow students) are very friendly. I wish the prices were a bit lower, but you can get a free refill on your coffee and the grilled brie and pear on cranberry walnut bread is AMAZING!
There are several viable options for off-campus housing. Especially considering the proximity to the light rail, many more options are available to students willing to take public transportation.