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Another positive enrollment trend is that 72 percent of incoming freshmen are planning to live on campus or in housing developments affiliated with UC
Are strafford heights, McMillan manor, and the various frat houses the properties that are affiliated with uc?
You can only live in University Park as a UC student. I'm pretty sure it's the same with Stratford. They're basically just dorms. Don't know about McMillan Manor, it seems more like traditional apartments to me.
Outsourcing services such as housing, parking and utilities.
900 a quarter to co-op?!?!/
UC has no room to expand, though I think they are trying to build a green ON-campus residence hall. There's more like 8 or 9 when you include the rec center housing. There's a lot of off-campus housing affiliated with the university. McMillan Manor is nearby and has shuttle busses. University Park Apartments are right off campus, as well as the Stratford Heights.
A huge number of uc's students are commuters, or non traditional students. There is also a huge amount of low cost housing stock near the campus to contend with
Quote from: thomasbw on September 13, 2007, 05:15:59 AMA huge number of uc's students are commuters, or non traditional students. There is also a huge amount of low cost housing stock near the campus to contend withThese are both important factors, but UC is becoming less and less of a commuter school each year. More people from the Cincinnati area are choosing to live either on campus or in the surrounding areas.The large housing stock is the big issue in my mind. Why would you want to live under university regulations when you can live a perceived care-free life just across the street or a few blocks from campus...and like thomasbw said, IT IS CHEAP! I know many people that pay around $300 a month...and that's with most utilities.
yea but theres IMO, the dorm experience should be had by all. its a damn inconvenient, annoying, loud, obnoxious hell of a great time.