no you dont, you have a choice to live on or off of school campus
Whether or not you can live off-campus depends on your college. Some Freshman must live in the dorms. If you are allowed to live off-campus, find an apartment that is in a decent area, is affordable (check and see if utilities and such are paid for to determine this, not just rent) and consider living their with a buddy or two.
65% live off campus and commute to school
Freshman stay on East Campus and most upperclassmen stay on West with some living on Central Campus apartments. Additionally about 45% of seniors live off campus
Yes you must stay on campus in a dorm duing you freshman year at the university of Arkansas at fayitville.
Yes, although there are almost no roads on the actual campus. You will either walk or ride a bike to all of your classes. If you live off campus, you can by a commuter parking pass and park in one the parking lots around campus that are designated for commuter parking. If you live on campus, you have get a resident parking pass, but as i understand it, they are difficult to get.
I'd be really surprised to hear of a co-ed college (at least in America) that doesn't allow married couples to live together either off campus or in a married couples dorm.
if u get an interview at your college itself .. it is called as on campusif u get an interview at another college .. it is called as off campus
Yes you can.
Princeton University is not a commuter school. Freshmen are required to live in dorms on campus, with a few exceptions. For example, for security reasons, Imelda Marcos, daughter of the Philippine President, was permitted to live off-campus during her Freshman year.
No, many students live off campus and commute.
"Tuition at Keuka College, like other colleges, depends on a number of things. If you plan to live on campus, costs are about #35,000 plus books. If you plan to live off campus, costs run about $25,000."