The college dorm is a magical place, isn’t it? Love it or hate it, it is where many college memories are made and many nights forgotten.
Most of us fondly recall the cold, tile floors, rickety bunk beds, broken AC window units (or none at all) and flimsy vinyl shower curtains of our own college dorms. However, there is a new generation of dorms– dorms that are probably nicer than the apartment you can afford during your first (or second) job. So enjoy it while it lasts!
CampusSplash has compiled a list of the country’s top 15 best dorm from about 9,000 votes from college students. Behold– the 2012-2013 Dormy Awards! Students say these dorms feel more like apartments or hotels. Check out the list and rankings below. Do you agree with the winners?
1. University Village Suites at Kennesaw State University (4.4)
2. Borgia Hall at Saint Joseph’s University (4.4)
3. Seton Hall at DePaul University (4.3)
4. University Commons at Georgia State University (4.3)
5. Academic Village at Colorado State University (4.3)
6. Newman Towers at Loyola University in Maryland (4.1)
7. Ivory Tower at George Washington University (4.1)
8. 1300 Cecil B. Moore Ave. at Temple University (4.1)
9. Klekotka Hall at Villanova University (3.9)
10. McGloin Hall at Creighton University (3.9)
11. Wolman Hall at Johns Hopkins University (3.9)
12. Opus Hall at Catholic University of America (3.9)
13. Unanue at Catholic University of America (3.9)
14. Durfee Hall at Yale University (3.9)
15. Race Street Hall at Drexel University (3.9)