Are you looking for additional student housing options that don't involve cramped dorm rooms? Many college students choose to live in apartments instead of on-campus housing. Our apartments in Delray, FL have many layouts that encourage students to live with roommates or individually in order to get a different perspective one life during college. Dorms can be crowded and dirty, and many people prefer their own space and privacy. There are a few reasons why you should consider living in an apartment as a college student.
Dorm rooms are typically small, cramped spaces that only leave enough room to study and sleep. When you live in an apartment, your life will feel a lot more realistic. You'll feel more at home. Many dorms don't offer any hallways, living spaces, or other features. Some dorm rooms do offer these, but they are often shared spaces. At our apartments, you won't have to share these spaces.
When you choose to live in an apartment, you will have a kitchen, bathroom, and living room, and separate bedroom space. You won't have to spend your days looking at cafeteria food at your dining hall, because you'll be able to cook your own meals. Also, you won't need to traipse down the hall to the social rooms to watch your favorite show, because you'll have your own living room. One of the best parts is that you won't have to share a bathroom with anyone. Those dorm communal bathrooms are the first things that have to go.
When you live on campus, you will likely not have access to the amenities that you are offered at our apartments in Gainesville, FL. From a beautiful outdoor swimming pool to BBQ pits, you will have many opportunities to socialize with friends and neighbors. We also have a fitness center to encourage an active lifestyle, and we offer parking for our residents. These are typically not amenities that you will be offered should you choose to live on campus.
Living on campus can have many distractions, because you are living among a bunch of people that all have a variety of interests. This can pose many distractions that take you away from your train of thought or even prevent you from being fully engrossed in your studies. When you live in an apartment, you will be able to have quiet time in your own space. This will give you the peace-of-mind that your roommate won't wake you up in the middle of the night or that you won't hear neighbors yelling at the football game from the other side of the thin dorm walls.
These are some of the major benefits of living in an apartment when you are a college student. Instead of living on campus this year, consider taking a look at our apartments in Delray, FL. Contact us to schedule a tour of our available units today.