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Is 21 too old? Posted on 01-18-2009

101degrees
Suitland, MD
hey I'm transfering from my current school, to hopefully CAU in the fall. My question is, is 21 too old to be living on campus. I'm moving like 16hrs away from home and I dont have much funds to have my own place...so what do u think?
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C Nels replied on 01-19-2009 01:09AM [Reply]
Not at all, I've known folk older than 21 living in the dorms when I was in school.
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TSUblueTiger replied on 01-19-2009 01:30PM [Reply]
I don’t think 21 is to old to live on campus. I lived on campus until I graduated from TN State University.
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101degrees from Suitland, MD replied on 01-19-2009 03:14PM [Reply]

TSUblueTiger wrote:
I donít think 21 is to old to live on campus. I lived on campus until I graduated from TN State University.
and how old is that?
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ashgilly from Gallatin, TN replied on 01-19-2009 04:12PM [Reply]
people usually go to school at age 18 and don't leave until 22. . . so nahhh
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101degrees from Suitland, MD replied on 01-19-2009 04:37PM [Reply]

im just tryna make sure...
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sweet_honeybu from Riverside, CA replied on 01-20-2009 10:58AM [Reply]

and around here if im not mistaken, staying on campus seems more expensive than a little apartment but no 21 is not too old
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101degrees from Suitland, MD replied on 01-20-2009 11:14AM [Reply]

not really cause what ur payin for a yr. you'll be payin for a month in an apartment (here in dc anyway)
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Orca51 from Indianapolis, IN replied on 01-20-2009 12:09PM [Reply]
No, I'm living on campus all 4 years. For me it will be cheaper that way, and you don't have to worry about buying furniture, cooking meals, or getting to class when you're running really late because you'll be closer to the school.
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101degrees from Suitland, MD replied on 01-20-2009 02:01PM [Reply]

Orca51 wrote:
No, I'm living on campus all 4 years. For me it will be cheaper that way, and you don't have to worry about buying furniture, cooking meals, or getting to class when you're running really late because you'll be closer to the school.
what school r u going to?
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