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Given Ottawa will be officially hybrid, is there really an advantage of living super close to the school? Now thinking it might be better to live downtown and have grocery stores/cafes/stores in close proximity and commute whenever we need to attend in-person sessions. The main drawback I see to this is the commute (when required) and the lack of social experience one may not get from living in a predominantly med area. Any thoughts?  

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11 minutes ago, dopamineislife said:

Given Ottawa will be officially hybrid, is there really an advantage of living super close to the school? Now thinking it might be better to live downtown and have grocery stores/cafes/stores in close proximity and commute whenever we need to attend in-person sessions. The main drawback I see to this is the commute (when required) and the lack of social experience one may get from living in a predominantly med area. Any thoughts?  

In theory it does seem better to live downtown now. You are only 15-20 minutes away from Freedom/Tall Oak so I don't think you'd be missing out on any social experiences. Just commute over if there is an event going on. One thing to consider is that the hybrid curriculum is only confirmed for the fall semester. By the winter semester there could be way more classes in person; thus, you''ll have to commute a lot more. 

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