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pinky7129
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Law housing at SUNY Buffalo

Postby pinky7129 » Mon Jun 17, 2013 8:23 pm

Hi all,

Can anyone help with law housing at SUNY Buffalo?
I'm stuck debating between Creekside and Flint Village.

Thanks!

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jas1503
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Re: Law housing at SUNY Buffalo

Postby jas1503 » Wed Jun 19, 2013 12:49 pm

Have you visited UB?

It's pretty much all the same, North Campus, giant isolated area in the 'burbs. I would suggest Creekside, but just because Flint Village sucks and is a bit more 'under-graddy'

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Re: Law housing at SUNY Buffalo

Postby seahawk32 » Wed Jun 19, 2013 1:11 pm

Friend at SUNY from UG said housing was okay
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Re: Law housing at SUNY Buffalo

Postby starchinkilt » Fri Jun 21, 2013 9:57 am

jas1503 wrote:Have you visited UB?

It's pretty much all the same, North Campus, giant isolated area in the 'burbs. I would suggest Creekside, but just because Flint Village sucks and is a bit more 'under-graddy'


While the main party of Flint is undergraddy, law students occupy the two flint buildings by the track, so they are separated from the undergrad section. It was insanely quiet when I was there and super convenient to be able to walk to the law school in 5 minutes. Creekside is a tad nicer, but not worth it imo because you'll get stuck having to take the bus there and back.




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