The quality of the residence halls are overall average, and I have seen worse. However, the price for living in them is a bit too high. There is very little consistency among the residence halls, and the quality is different for each one. The campus-owned houses along the streets are habitable, but are certainly poor in quality. They cost too much for how much they are actually worth, and you pretty much pay the high price for the freedom of having a kitchen (to dodge the expensive meal plan) and having a bathroom you only have to share with at most eight people. There has actually been talk of having the houses torn down for years now, but they still rent them out. They are also sometimes infested with either insects, bed bugs or mice.