I’ve written a couple of articles this year about living with other people that varied from how not to deal with conflict to what I’ve learned from living in an apartment. For my latest apartment installment, I am going to offer some tips on how to be a considerate roommate, especially for the underclassmen who will be living with anywhere from three to seven people next year.
1. Don’t slam your doors late at night or early in the morning.
There’s nothing more aggravating than trying to fall asleep the night before an exam in your hardest class than hearing people constantly slamming the doors. Rule of thumb: if it’s later than 11 p.m., think before you slam.