There are many decisions to be made when coming to college, and one of them is deciding where to live. Do you want to stay on-campus, off-campus, or commute? Our purpose in this report is to inform you of all the options available to you on the State University campus. Of course you’re not going to just randomly choose whatever you like. So instead of looking at all the positives and negatives yourself, we have compiled a nice little report for your viewing. This should and will help you decide what options best for you.
The recommendations that are being made have been thoroughly looked into and aren’t biased. To come up with results, we decided to break down each of the options into different sections. The total cost of each option was a variable. Multiple things were taken into account when calculating the cost, which will be presented in the report.
GPA was also looked into to evaluate school performance; surveys were given to people asking two questions. Whether they lived on-campus, off-campus, or commuted, and the other question was what their GPA was. The only people surveyed were the ones who have attended university for at least a semester. Grade point average can be used to evaluate school performance because it’s calculated from past grades.
Another factor in the deciding what option to choose was amnesties. Looking at all the different living situations available, whether it was, bedrooms, bathrooms, and kitchens. Lastly, a list of cons had been compiled for each option.
Definitions/How to use
The terms used in the report aren’t too hard to understand. Just would like to note, that whenever “options” is mentioned, it means the choices you have of on-campus, off-campus, and commuting. Just because listing them would get redundant. Also, for this report to be helpful, you will need to compile your own list of things important to yourself. You’re going to have to decide what you value over what. Is academic performance more important to you, or the college experience? Knowing your needs will help you use this report better.
Living on campus is optional for students. Some do not want to share a dorm room or a bathroom with another student and decides to live off campus, but there are many different advantages that come with living on campus. For example cost, amnesties, school performances, and there are also cons.
One good thing about living on campus is that you don’t have to worry about the monthly bill hassles. Room and board is included with tuition at State University. There are three different dormitories to live in. First there is the Pleasant Halls which is located on campus, Then there are Remote Dorms 1 and Remote Dorms 2 which is still apart of campus, but you still have to walk about 10 minutes to get to campus.
When looking at the total cost, you’re going to choose where you want to reside, and include tuition. Besides tuition and housing, when living on campus you...