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So i am planing to transfer to CU next year from Mesa State (in grand junction), and i know that CU's housing is hella expensive. So what i was wondering would it just be cheaper to live in an apartment or a condo? Also i am majoring in political science, but i think i would be more interested in history or international relations, does anyone know much about either of those departments at CU?
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Yea the student housing is pretty expensive but apartments and Condos in Boulder are ridiculously expensive. Your best bet is to find a roomate.
the more roommates you have the cheaper it will be.
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Rent is pricy in Boulder, but still cheaper than the dorms. And the dorms are mainly all freshman. Get your own place. Fuck the dorms.
yo dude, i am a senior history/poli sci major. If you like booze, then make sure you live on the west side of campus. It is called the hill. 16 square blocks of mayhem. It is super close to campus as well which is a major plus, because i wake up 10 minutes beofre my classes start. Both majors are easy. One Love
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