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Centennial State University, founded in 1891, is a prestigious public university located just south of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Its remote location serves as a great higher education grounds, as there are little distractions yet many learning experiences. CSU offers a wide array of degrees, from wildlife conservation to video game design to dance, just to name a few. Our science and arts departments are among the nation's finest, and our intercollegiate athletics programs are rising up more and more every year. If you're interested in having both the experience of a lifetime and the best education in the midwest, then apply today and call CSU home.

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Campus Living

Students who choose to live on campus are placed into one of these halls. Please refer to this guide to determine which hall your character should be placed in.

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Mitchell Hall



The only all-boys dormitory on campus. It's pretty much a 5 on the gross scale, and the maturity level within is comparable to a junior high boy's bathroom. Smells like one, too. Mostly freshmen are sorted into this dormitory, though older students may request it.

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Davis Hall



The only all-girls dormitory on campus. While still a little nicer than Mitchell, Davis Hall is overrun with bugs, mold, and other unsightly things. However, the janitors try to keep it clean, so it usually smells of bleach and lemon. Mmmm. Usually freshmen are sorted into this dormitory, unless specifically requested by an upperclassman

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In His Element(Adrian) - last post by Rose  Newhall

Parker Hall



The worst of the co-ed dormitories on campus. The boys' quarters are separated from the girls' quarters by a stairwell; the boys live on the first floor, while the girls live on the second. These dorms, while better than both Mitchell and Davis, are still very run down. Sometimes the locks don't work, the beds are broken, there's a leak in the ceiling, or the alarms go off for no apparent reason at all. This is also known as CSU's "party" dorm, as you're unlikely to get any studying done-- but school spirit runs high here! Freshmen are usually sorted into this dorm, as well as low-GPA Sophomores, unless specifically requested.

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Oliver Hall



Ahh... peace and quiet. This co-ed dormitory is usually the choice for those who prefer to study rather than party in their free-time. As such, it always comes last in intramural sports and is seen as the "nerdy" dormitory. Sophomores and Juniors are usually placed in this dormitory, unless specifically requested.

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Graham Hall



The nicest of the dormitories. These dorms each come equipped with their own private bathrooms, and there are single rooms available. This is usually the choice for upperclassmen who simply want to live alone-- as such, usually only Juniors and Seniors are able to attain rooms here.

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On-Campus Apartments



The best of the best in on-campus living! These apartments feature four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen, and a living area. RAs don't come rapping on doors often, either, so most of the time, it's easy to get away with "stuff," so long as you keep it quiet! Only high GPA juniors or seniors are placed in these.

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