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I am from cali and live in Fort Worth Dunwoody with my mom, im 19 and am thinking about moving back to cali to go to Reedley college and stay on campus then transfer to a university and get my bachelors. i really want to go to Arizona State near phoenix, so i was thinking of going to Central Arizona college which is only like an hour away from phoenix, and if i go there i can visit the campus at arizona state and get a feel of phoenix because i have thought about living there as well after college, plus its not too far from L.A. where im from. so i was just wanting opinions on which school i should go to before i transfer to a university or should i stay here in TX? but living in a dorm will be a new experience and will give me some independence... and what is it like living in a dorm? i only have a couple months do decide.
If you can financially afford going to college out of state (no financial aid or not much more than you would have taken out for in-state), then go for it. If you can't though, then seriously reconsider. Those loans are no joke and can add up really quickly. You'll save a lot of money by going to school in state. However, if your heart is set on Arizona, then I don't blame you for doing everything you can to make that work for you. Transferring there would definitely save money (as opposed to enrolling as a freshman). Wherever you decide to go though, make sure you live at least one year on campus. You're obviously curious about it, as I was at your age, so go ahead and do it because otherwise you'll always wonder what the experience might have been like. For me, it turned out great, but one of my best friends from college, who also lived on my same hall, didn't like it very much and moved off campus our sophomore year. I stayed on for about two more years as a resident advisor. Go live on campus for at least a year. Have fun and good luck in college.
Finding a an apartment comples that is pet friendly can be VERY VERY difficult. Then you can also have an apartment complex change mangement and even though the pet policy may not change, the attitude of the new mangement about YOUR pets may change a lot. I've lived off campus for 31 years and only the first apartment complex I lived in did not allow pets. The next apartment complx would not renew my lease b, after !) YEARS, because of my cats. Every one should live in a college a dorm for at least one semester. When I first moved into a dormitory It was around mid-term, but a room in that particular dormitory had become available. I don't regret either of my living in a dormitory on the uptown Tulane campus, but since I started graduate school, I've always rented or leased an off campus apartment. I'm not a graduate student anymore, but the becuase this is a state university town, The pet friendly apartment complex I'm living in now rents to a LOT of students as well as young professionals and a few "senior" citizens like me. .
I think its important to value Independence from the point of view of being and remaining your own person from a very early age. Living in dorms i.e. communal living isn't the best thing to be involved in unless your in a military or similar institution and there's no alternative. I had to do it in the military before being commissioned and on occasion forced to contend with it in civvy street. No, if you can be independent then stay independent. I was far far happier putting my coat on and going home every night. Close the door, relax do my own things, quietly study or whatever - plus of course the weekends were gold! The alternative of having to stay in an institution and contend with all degrees of adult behavior, disruptions, arguments, sometimes observing squabbles, fights, petty stealing and a host of other infractions made me detest it! I didn't mind the travel. On the way home by bus or train I'd run thru the days events, make my list of things to do, stop pick up items from the shop, and get home refreshed to tackle what I had to do!
Find the least expensive option. Save your funding for grad school.