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A: All dorms have their own laundry rooms and it’s free to operate the machines. Plus, with LaundryView.com, you can see when machines are available in your laundry room and when your laundry is done. Easy!

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A: For convenience, the Campus Center is a one-stop shop. For lunch on the go, you’ll find take-out items in the IC Square food court, grab ‘n’ go in the dining hall, and Mac’s, a convenience store that stocks snacks and groceries. Next to Mac’s you’ll find the post office and the bookstore, which now offers a dry cleaning and...

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A: Yes, non-majors can take part in the music program. If you don’t want to minor in music, classes are available for you, as are lessons and ensembles, if you play an instrument. You can always look in the college catalog for music classes that non-majors are able to take. ...

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A. Definitely, but parking costs are higher for freshmen, and there is just one parking lot reserved for first-year students. If you don't bring a car you can get around town easily on the TCAT bus, by calling a cab, or by carpooling with a friend. 

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A. About 2,800 work-study jobs are available at IC each year. To be considered for one, you’ll need to submit the FAFSA. If you qualify for work-study, you’ll most likely start in dining services. After your first semester you can search the JobShop database for positions at the library, Campus Center, Fitness Center, and other places. There are lots...

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