67% of students
I love being in the city, there's always something to do here. Living on campus has been a great experience for me and my roommate. The workload will challenge you based on what classes you take. The honors program organizes a junior year spring break trip each year, and my trip to Oaxaca was amazing. It was challenging to adjust to city life at first, there will be ups and downs, but there are a lot of benefits to making art here.
Living on campus during freshman year wasn't that great room-wise. Almost all freshmen live in the 23rd street residence for the first year; this building has apartment-style dorms that have you living with 6 roommates, including yourself (2 in each room). You do get a full kitchen which was great to have. The 24th street residence is a much newer building, but you are more likely to get into this location as a sophomore.
Professors are passionate and sincere about teaching. Communications between the students and faculty is active and effective. There is a lot of mutual respect and admiration between the students, and everyone always give their best on assignments and group projects.
The workload is intense, so try to be mentally prepared for limited rest and personal time.