9 Reasons Why ESF Students Love Centennial Hall
Residence Hall gets high ranking from Princeton Review
"Like living in a hotel" is just one way students describe life in ESF's Centennial Hall. The LEED Gold-certified residence hall, opened in 2011, was recently ranked the No. 9 best college dorm in the United States by the Princeton Review.
While amenities such as bathrooms and thermostats in each room are appealing, students also give props to the building's comfortable common spaces suitable for hanging out and studying, weekly biology study sessions, affordability and supportive staff.
To celebrate the ranking, students give nine reasons why life in CenTenn - as it's known on campus - is Number 1 in their eyes.
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