• Victoria Tabolich

    Victoria Tabolich

    Sophomore
    Cambridge, MN
    Exercise Physiology

    Victoria's Bio:
    Hello! My name is Victoria and I am from Cambridge, Minnesota. I am majoring in Exercise Physiology and hope to go onto Physical Therapy. I chose Saint Scholastica because we are a beautiful community here and all of the staff are wonderful and helpful! I love helping people, working out, and hanging out with friends! Please feel free to comment on my posts with questions or suggestions!

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    Class of 2017
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    Communication Major, Film Concentration

  • Shauney Moen

    Graduate Student
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    Victoria Tabolich

    Sophomore
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    Exercise Physiology

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    Junior
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    Junior
    Harare, Zimbabwe
    Mathematics & Computer Science

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    Class of 2017
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    Junior
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    Class of 2017
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    Psychology, Organizational Behavior, and Social Work

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    Class of 2017
    Duluth, MN
    English

Housing at CSS

Now that my first year of college is coming to an end I have to think about where I will live in the fall. The College of Saint Scholastica has a two year living requirement. Your freshman year you are required to live on campus in Somers Hall (unless your parents live a certain distance from campus you’re required to live on campus). Somers Hall has dorms and suites available for freshman; dorms house 2 people and you share the bathroom (showers, sinks, etc) with the people in the same hallway as you, the suites house 4 people and the 4 of you share one bathroom and shower, but there are two sinks. For your sophomore year of college you are required to live on campus in the apartments. There are 7 apartment buildings on campus and they are broken up into two groups: the Bricks and the Back Apartment. Each apartment houses 4 people and you share a bathroom, living room, and kitchen. The apartments are very similar to the suites except in the apartments you have a kitchen. The Brick Apartments are the buildings closest to Tower Hall. There are 4 Brick Apartment Buildings: Willow, Maple, Birch, and Pine. The Back Apartments are the further away from Tower Hall; however 2 of the 3 buildings have 4 bedroom apartments instead of 2 bedroom (meaning you won’t have to share a bedroom with someone). There are 3 Back Apartments: Cedar Hall, Scanlon Hall, and Kerst Hall. There aren’t many differences between the 2 groups of apartments but I have decided that Cedar Hall is the building that suits me the best; however all of the buildings are taken care of and nice to live in, it is your personal preference.

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