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Clark Atlanta University? Posted on 11-08-2004
blakbeautyga

Wassup Yall. I am transferring to CAU and was wondering if someone could fill me in on dorm life and any other useful info. It would be greatly appreciated.
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replied on 12-03-2004 05:39PM [Reply]
are you transferring as a 2nd semester freshman? If so you will be prolly b in Beckwith Hall. It's a co-ed dorm. 24 hr visitation. I think you can have a mini-fridge. The style of the room is like this: you open the door and you will see a door in front of you and one on eaither side of you. The door in front of you is the bathroom which has a toilet, sink and shower (nothing spectacular) & all 4 of you share it....your room is a nice size. It contains 2beds, a dresser, two desks n chairs, a sink, a wardrobe, and for some reason tha one i stayed in for orientation had a full sized dresser (like what you might have at home). Downstairs there is a nice sized lounge and a kitchen. That's about it. Usefull info....save everything! CAU is really good at loosing shyt.
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replied on 12-12-2004 07:08PM [Reply]
Hey whats up imma be a fresh at cau and i was wondering how life iis on campus and the AUC?
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ClassyWisdom08 replied on 12-14-2004 11:47PM [Reply]
Well, I've had the opportunity to attend two of the 6 AUC schools.There is always some kind of social event going on at one or more of the schools, so you'll never be bored.You should enjoy your overall experience but I cannot guarantee that. Thats all I can tell you for now P.s. don't believe what the upperclassmen tells you about the other schools. :roll:
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starsuga82 replied on 12-16-2004 05:48PM [Reply]
blakbeautyga wrote:
Wassup Yall. I am transferring to CAU and was wondering if someone could fill me in on dorm life and any other useful info. It would be greatly appreciated.
I enjoyed dorm life. However, the dorm I stayed in is now closed down. My old dorm was a old black hotel. I had the luxtury of only having one person to share a bathroom with. I think the best freshman dorm would have to be Beckwith, although I think Holmes Hall is nice.
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starsuga82 replied on 12-16-2004 05:52PM [Reply]
King K wrote:
Hey whats up imma be a fresh at cau and i was wondering how life iis on campus and the AUC?
Like MissJazzy stated, you can always find something to do, if not on any of the campuses, off campus somewhere, you just have to know where to go. Not all upper classmen has bad things to say about other schools. Actually most upper classmen have friends at other schools.
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replied on 12-29-2004 12:58PM [Reply]
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I think the best freshman dorm would have to be Beckwith
Only way you are guaranteed to get into Beckwith is if you are a 2nd semester freshman or a football player so don't get your hopes up...sorry Pheiffer is the best hall. Only one with a new computer lab (or a computer lab at all) and it's the closest to your classes which is very convieniant. Merner is the worst hall. Being in the AUC is nice because you get small class sizes but get the privilage of a large campus feel. There are many events you can go to, but honestly i rarely hear about anything that goes on over at Spelman.
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CHiladelphia replied on 01-12-2005 03:18PM [Reply]
I have a question...... Are you allowed to take classes at other schools in the AUC if you go to Clark Atlanta. If it is; is it an easy process.
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replied on 01-12-2005 04:39PM [Reply]
CHiladelphia wrote:
I have a question...... Are you allowed to take classes at other schools in the AUC if you go to Clark Atlanta. If it is; is it an easy process.
Yes, you can cross-register at other schools in the AUC, but I don't know if its hard or not because I've never cross-registered before.
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replied on 01-20-2005 01:27AM [Reply]
i have friends who do it, and they say it is a pretty simple process, but getting your transcript may give you a headache. Either way....it is a pretty unique system
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