What is your name?
Where are you from?
What is your major?
Why did you choose Marshall?
Loved the campus and the people were very friendly. It felt very homey.
Why do you enjoy living in the halls?
Your own space despite the community bathrooms and loves everyone on her floor. They are very nice, friendly, helpful and outgoing.
What advice would you give to students living in the halls to have a good experience in the halls?
Don’t stay cooped up! Get involved in everything you can.
What would you say to students who do not live in the halls to why they should live in the halls?
Everything is more accessible. You don’t have to worry about parking or being late for class, everything is right here. It’s also easier to get a job on campus, because they are always looking for student work.
Gabrielle Flint is a Pre Health major with a focus on nursing from Beckley, WV. When asked why she chose Marshall Gabrielle explained that she “chose to come to Marshall because the campus felt very homey and the people she met were very friendly.” Living on campus is an enjoyable experience for many people for many different reasons, however Gabrielle says she “enjoys living in the Residence Halls [because] everyone she has met is very nice, friendly, helpful, and outgoing. Everything is more accessible, you don’t have to worry about late for class because you are already here. Parking is not an issue and finding a job on campus is easy because they are ways looking for student work.” Her advice to everyone living the Residence Halls is to “not stay cooped up and get involved.”