Summer gets an extension for students at Capital University. Due to a housing shortage, some students will be staying at the Fort Rapids Waterpark Hotel & Conference Center. That’s right. Instead of hitting the books, they could be hitting the waves!
Given this situation, housing could be changing at the Ohio university in Columbus. The good news for the school is that they have a lot of student demand, as interest in student living has reached an all-time high, but the question is how the University will respond if the school continues to grow in population.
With student housing being so popular, what are the dorms like on campus? Find out what students think of Capital housing in some sample reviews below.
You can read other Capital University housing reviews here. The biggest complaint actually doesn’t appear to be about the shortage, but about the lack of air conditioning (although the 30 students that get to live at a water park won’t have any trouble cooling off).
Has your school ever had a housing shortage? How did it combat the issue?