Residential College Life The Advantages of being a residential student

Freshman students going into Liberty University have the decision to choose whether to live on campus, or commute. Although a lot of students commute to classes, living residentially has more advantages because it allows them to meet new people and enjoy the overall college experience.

Residential students have an easier and better time making friends and building relationships

Unlike commuter students, residential students get to participate more in student activities, such as football games.

Students who live on campus also get the privilege of going to church events, like convocation, and having prayer groups.

and they also get to experience the dorm lifestyles and responsibilities that follow it.
So when it comes time to decide where to live during college, students need live residentially simply because of the opportunities and advantages on-campus living offers.


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