Addison, William A.
This IQP argues that coeducational housing in suites and apartments on-campus, where bedrooms were separated by gender with shared common rooms and bathrooms, should be an option for interested students. Social involvement is increased between the genders; sexual promiscuity is not prevalent; and the student's psychological well-being is enhanced. We conclude that coeducational housing in suites and apartments on-campus should be an option to students because it will enhance their college experience and lead to a growth in maturity.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
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