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Housing Coverage 2019: Day 3

On the third day of housing selection, my true love gave to me, five bags of Haribo gummy bears from the Housing concessions table. We’re hoping that the third day of housing selection will bless you with more than just Haribo gummy bears, and that you receive a pick into your dream room along with all of your sugar content for the day. What are some the hottest picks left, you ask? One more 6-person (4 singles/1 double) suite in Harmony, one more 5-person suite in Claremont, and quite a few 6 and 8-person suites in Ruggles.

To help you along in the process, we have provided a liveblog below, as well as a Google spreadsheet with a count of how many rooms/suites in each dorm are left. Sending lots of good luck, and as always feel free to ask your questions or housing concerns in the comments below!

The first lottery pick from day 1 of housing via Bwogger

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8 Comments

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous During online selection can we see what rooms are available before our appointment time?

    1. Zoe Sottile says:

      @Zoe Sottile i don’t so, but not 100% sure; someone fact check me if i’m wrong!

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous can an in-person group select doubles and singles in nuss or just doubles?

    1. Betsy Ladyzhets says:

      @Betsy Ladyzhets just doubles; the singles are only available in online selection.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous any recs for what a group of five juniors can do in-person at this point?

    1. Zoe Sottile says:

      @Zoe Sottile the one ec suite left, claremont, carlton arms, or regroup to a group of 6, 8, or groups of 2 for doubles

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous wtf is a “semi-private” bathroom in Nuss?

    1. Zoe Sottile says:

      @Zoe Sottile https://housing.columbia.edu/housing-options/residences/600-west-113th-street u can see floor plans here – if u look at the floor plan for the second floor, 2C-2 is an example of a regular double; 2C-1 is a double with a private bathroom; 2D-1 and 2D-2 share a bathroom, i.e. a semi-private bathroom. lmk if that makes sense / fact check me if i’m wrong

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