Sep 09, 2015
Kids of the baby boomer generation are used to the finer things in life. Their parents have disposable income for spacious homes, new cars, vacations and more. And the good life transitions over to where and how these kids live when they grow up and are college bound. As a result of high expectations, many colleges and universities have had to make some changes to appease students. Many colleges are upping their game with the creation of new residential facilities to attract and retain students. Slowly, schools are transitioning to more comfortable living quarters for students with apartment-style suites. At the same time, many of these college student housing options are often restricted for freshman students. That’s because most colleges require freshman students to live on campus. And that adds up to more sophomore, junior and senior college students looking for off campus housing.