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Royal-bambooThat's what's up. Nice to hear that other NSers got in as well! I'm pretty much deciding between Westminster, U of Puget Sound and Infield. But Westmini is my #1 at the moment. The only worry I have about Westmini is that it is just a bunch of ski stoners that aren't that stoked about learning. But from the students I have talked to it doesn't seem to be the case.
UtardWhat are you thinking about studying? Because for a lot of programs it would honestly just be better to go to the UofU.
SkiBum.It doesn't snow in Utah.
NigelSteinYou get in? I committed a couple weeks ago
NigelSteinOn campus this upcoming year
NigelSteinI have a couple friends who go there and they all stayed on campus and said it was good. I guess theres a traditional dorm and an apartment type setup. I went for the dorm style but I toured there last year and both seemed pretty kickass.
NigelSteinYeah I get that. I figured Id stay on campus b/c im not gonna have a car next year
.lenconI'd like to be off campus but I'll apply to housing on campus just for the heck of it.
Would anyone be interested in off/on campus rooming?
Also it would be nice to hear some things from people who go there currently.
parkplaygroundI applied on sunday and its my #1 choice. lmk if you get it in cuz im definitely down to room with a fellow NSer and I can deal with minimal sharing and stuff
Chubz.My homie goes there, loooottttssss of dope skiers.
Girls are skanks though. Like really bad. Good & bad thing though.
I was only there for a day but i got the vibe that its judt a bunch of rich kids that wanna ski all the time. The people i was with were super cool tho..lots of trustfund babies tho
parkplaygroundI know atleast 2 kids that are chill who go there so I should be good until I meet some people of my own
dunkaroosBeen here for four years man...ask me anything
.lenconHow is it? Haha. That's pretty vague but honestly I haven't talked to a lot of people who go there so how is it? In looking into majoring in biology. Gonna be skiing Alta, have a part time job, and lots of school. I'm probably going to live off campus if possible and might be looking for a roommate. So how should I go about these things?