Roommate Etiquette 101 with West Texas A&M University
August 9, 2016
Learn How to Live with Your Roomate in College
You’re heading off to college and moving away from home for the first time. But now you have to get to know your new roommate. We have some tips on how to share that space peacefully. For many of us, it was traumatic enough to share our bedroom with siblings. And now you’re telling me that as a young adult, I have to share a room with a total stranger?! What?! Time for roommate etiquette 101! If you set basic rules from day one, such as noise levels, cleaning, company/guests, sleep/study schedules, borrowing items, and food ownership, you’re more likely to deal with issues the minute they surface. Stay tuned to learn more from the pro’s at West Texas A&M University.
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