no you dont, you have a choice to live on or off of school campus
no as long as Ur with more then one person and on time 4 lessons
Warren Towers, Towers
Yes, they can. The University of South Carolina, for example, requires all freshmen to live in campus housing.
You should inquire at the university for a final answer. If freshmen are required to live on campus, I would speculate that freshmen actually living with NC resident parents/spouses within driving distance would *not* be required to live on campus. They would be classified as commuters or day students.
Yes unless you live less than a certain amont of miles away
NO On perhaps but not in
The stated reason on their website is that they have found that students who live in campus housing their freshman year are much more likely to successfully complete college than those who do not.
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.
It's a common requirement for freshmen at most universities. The main exception is if the student already lives in the school's city.
No, you do not have to but most people choose to. After freshmen year many people move into homes or apartments around campus but plenty choose to live in dorms again. Some people who live close enough even commute.
The University of Chicago, a private college that enrolls approximately 5,000 students, requires Freshmen to live on-campus and on-campus housing is guaranteed to all other students. This means that roughly 60% of all undergraduates live on-campus.
No, many students live off campus and commute.
University students live in dormitories, in off-campus apartments, and at home.