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I would have preferred a room by myself like most people, but that's too expensive. I didn't like that we were forced to live in dorms our first year if we were from out of town.
A great dorm to live in. Mostly for Freshman but near all the other freshman dorms. Right next door to the TRECS and Dining Hall is located on 2nd floor of the dorm. No need to get out in the rain to go eat. One Kitchen located in the basement but no one ever uses it. Laundry is also in the basement next to the Kitchen. Really enjoyed living in this dorm.
The room itself is fine, but the dorm life was not very exciting. I don't think I came away knowing single resident other than my roommate. The location is also not so wonderful, but it is in the area as several other UT dorms.
I loved living in Morrill hall! The community is great, and it's definitely one of the nicest dorms on campus. It even has its own cafeteria on the second floor, which makes it convenient. Just like any dorm you'll find at UT, the rooms are small and the rent is steep, but if you're shopping around, I'd highly recommend that you give it some thought!
This is a Learning Community dorm so each floor has a group assigned: Honors, Engineering, Leadership, etc. I was on the Honors floor which was great for quiet study time but lacking when it came to socialization and whatnot. However, the rooms are large and have suite style bathrooms so you only have to share with three people. Also, Morrill has a cafeteria within the building on the 2nd floor which is incredibly convenient! Overall, it was very community oriented and a nice way to meet people my freshman year.
I lived in Morrill for two years, freshman and sophomore year. I am now a Senior and have upgraded to an on campus apartment. But, I did enjoy Morrill. It was somewhat new and in great condition. I did have to adjust to dorm life and my sweet-mates, but the dorm itself was great!