Yes and of course affordable... I am starting my search but I’d like to narrow it down
Anyone know when loan refunds go through for Middletown? Trying to figure out housing & I need to know if I should pay with my loan refund when it comes out or to pay housing deposits out of pocket. (kind of freaking out because the $3000 deposit put me in a really tight place financially) Also if anyone has any suggestions for housing/suggestions for where NOT to live that would be greatly appreciated (and yes I'm part of the fb group and have seen the housing spreadsheet lol I'm just curious about what people think)
is Orchard street a bad area? I see it is a couple blocks away from Thrall park. I do not know where train track 211 isThe key thing about housing is going in person and seeing the place, it's a lot easier to tell when you see the surrounding houses. Middletown is much like any other place where there are a few decent blocks and then some you definitely don't want to live on. I would definitely avoid the area near and few blocks around thrall park (by the train tracks on 211). If living in a complex suits you, places like Sutton Hill, Boulder Point, The Regency, and Carriage House in Goshen are decent, however, people complain about noise from neighbors (but that's to be expected when living in complexes).
is Orchard street a bad area? I see it is a couple blocks away from Thrall park. I do not know where train track 211 is
Thanks so much!! I appreciate it! I will be googling it today.Orchard street is about two blocks away from the police station so I think it will be okay. On one end of Orchard street is one of the main strips of Downtown Middletown. I've heard many good things about a local bakery called Something Sweet, however, around the corner are also a few bars where I've heard it was shut down one night because someone had a gun. Middletown is one of those places where 2 or 3 blocks are okay and then the next few blocks really aren't great. So while Thrall park is only a few blocks away from Orchard street, it's possible that it is still okay. If possible, check out the apartment beforehand and drive around the area. If it really isn't an option for you to make the trip, I would spend a lot of time on Google Maps street view so you can at least see the surrounding houses and couple of blocks.
I can't post the link for some reason but google trulia real estate middletown crime rate. The website will allow you to zoom in on each street and give you an idea as to how it is rated on crime scale
Yeah i would love to know if anyone is taking them!Not to stray from current conversation, but...
Does anyone have any opinions on the Summer courses that Touro offers? I'm interested in all of them, but was made aware that Histology isn't that relevant in the upcoming year. I'm not a cheap kind of guy, but $350 is still a nice amount of money I could spend buying things for my new apartment.
@Gymnmedicine @medschooladedYeah i would love to know if anyone is taking them!
When were you complete with everything? I sent my forms pretty early on and they had told me that I was complete. I sent my immunization forms back in December. Did you call on the regular admissions number?They auto register you when all of your holds are released. I called last week and they said they still aren't processing the immunization forms so nobody should be registered for classes yet.
I sent my immunization forms in last month and then called Kelly about the hold. She said they aren't releasing the immunization holds until after graduation.When were you complete with everything? I sent my forms pretty early on and they had told me that I was complete. I sent my immunization forms back in December. Did you call on the regular admissions number?
what's the schedule like? is it a week long? is it a full day thing everyday?I mean, I made a lot of my friends attending orientation. Yes, its boring and long, but there are good snippets of information that came handy throughout the year. Also built up my endurance for sitting in class lol