Never alone

One worry I had when I started to think about residence was whether I would actually like the person/people, I live with. As a very shy person, I am hesitant to live with people I do not know as most residences have shared rooms and there are very few single rooms. After looking into it a little more, I found out that when I am ready to apply for residence, I would have to fill out a form that asks for my likes and dislikes, what kind of person I am, and what it would be like to live with me. This way I would be matched with people who will get along with me and hopefully I can make friends with. I could then go one step further by applying to LLC (Living-Learning Community). In Living-Learning Communities a group of first-year students from the same program live together on the same floor and are paired with an upper-year peer mentor who help students transition to university. Living with people from the same program would give me the chance to build a community with those who have similar interests as me. Residence can be a great option as you do not have to clean your room. It’s done for you. There’s also laundry facilities, cafeteria, an exercise room, advisors, and health practitioners … all within your residence. There are many benefits to living in residence, try checking out the university’s website for more information.

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