This is my room! You will get here, and think, "that is so much smaller than my freshman dorm." And you will be right. But you kind of get used to it, or at least, adapt to it. Shoutout to my roomie, Annie Carpenter.
Sorry about the mess (and the mess of how I look, lol), but this is the reality of two girls sharing one sink. Try to establish some type of schedule with your roomie, because two people getting ready in this one mirror is some type of magic trick I have yet to witness.
Every room comes with a small little desk area, and usually these are the only drawers you will have, so most people have to use them for socks and underwear unless you want to fold everything. Another option is to bring some foldable bins with you!
This is the size closet you get. It's way bigger than I expected, about the same size as any of the freshman dorms.
Tried to capture every angle possible, so you could get a feel for how big they were! The map was ordered from Amazon France, and is a scratch map. The pennant is from We Keep Exploring!
You will acquire TONS of tickets while you are here, and they are a fun easy way to decorate your room for like zero dollars.
This is the laundry room situation. There's one of these on like every other floor, and they take Swiss Franks (2 CHF coins) for payment!
Another option for drying your clothes is the Drying Room, pictured here. The best part about this room is that it is FREE to dry your clothes, but the worst part is that it is always crowded (as you can see).
This is the 3rd floor study room. There are lots of others like it, but it's a good quiet place to study, relax, or print your stuff.
This is another view of the same study room!
This is what you can expect bathroom-wise. There is one bathroom per floor per gender, so all the ladies on the floor share this bathroom, but it's usually not as bad as you would think.