Williams College dorm 2019Josephine Sittenfeld/Williams College

The Princeton Review recently released its annual list of the best college dorm rooms throughout the United States.
The list was compiled using “student ratings of their dorms and residence halls,” according to the Princeton Review website.
Schools like Vanderbilt University, Bowdoin College, and Texas Christian University all made the list.
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From location to academics, there’s a lot to consider when choosing a college to attend after high school.

Thankfully, those weighing their options can turn to the Princeton Review, a college-admissions company, for advice. The group recently released its annual list of the best college dorm rooms throughout the country, based on student ratings of their residence halls.

From the University of Dayton to Bowdoin College, here’s a look inside some of the best dorms throughout the United States.

20. Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Located in Terre Haute, Indiana, the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology offers a variety of living arrangements for students. Freshmen are required to live on campus, according to the school’s website, while upperclassmen can dorm or commute.

Ten residence halls are available on campus, which offer accommodations like air conditioning, vending machines, private bathrooms, laundry machines, and ping-pong tables. Gender-inclusive housing is also an option for all students regardless of grade.

19. Columbia University
Isabel Epstein/Columbia University

Columbia University in New York City offers “traditional residence halls, apartment buildings, and brownstones,” according to its website. Approximately 5,800 students are said to live on campus, paying between $8,718 and $9,872 to dorm each year.

The school also makes accommodations for students with specific housing requests, reserving rooms for students who have disabilities, are transgender, or are in a sorority or fraternity.

18. University of Dayton
University of Dayton

The University of Dayton, located in Ohio, offers different residence halls to different grades of students. First-year residents can live in four different buildings, most of which have bunk-style beds and close access to dining halls.

Second-year students and upperclassmen, however, can stay in some of the same buildings, though they can also live in bigger dorms that have common areas and private bathrooms.

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