Others said they came to find a date, while still some admitted they were there just for the Finale deserts. Now that I have decided on what college I will attend, I have began my search for a potential future roommate.So far, the search has been exciting and somewhat nerve-wracking.If I could compare this process to one thing, I would say the search for a roommate is most similar to a form of speed dating.Advertising in advance of the event stressed inclusivity.Fliers and emails circulated over House lists stated that all identities were welcome, and the registration form asked students to list their contact information, preferred gender pronoun, and sexuality.Your potential roommate's sleep schedule could be a deciding factor. Before you ask this of your future roommate, consider how YOU feel about sharing.If you are a party animal and are out until 2 a.m., you certainly don't want a roommate who will be up at 7 a.m. Or, on the other hand, you don't want to be rooming with someone who is out until 2 a.m. Whether it be food, clothes or even personal products, its in your best interest to clarify whether or not you two are okay with sharing.
However, if you two both agree on sharing, you just unlocked the key to a brand new wardrobe!
Alcohol and drugs will be present on any college campus and it is important to establish common ground on such topics. or maybe the party scene Depending on their answer to question #6, consider your own thoughts on drinking or smoking.
It wouldn't be ideal to dorm with someone who participates in these activities if you are totally against it whether it be due to religious beliefs or just personal values.
Whatever their preference, be sure that you will be able to be courteous towards them because studying accordingly is a very important part of college.
While smoking in on-campus dorms is banned, we all know those people who like to break the rules.