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Trust me- there's nothing like living on campus after 18 years under your parents' roof. The Hillside Apartments at UMBC provide residents with a beautiful getaway from the academic side of campus. But they aren't the only living option: students can pick from the wooded Hillside, Terrace and West Hill apartments, or move on up to the most sought after living space on campus on Walker Avenue.

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上传: 19/07/2011
更新: 07/08/2014
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