Nestled among rolling hills, and only minutes away from West Virginia University's Downtown, Evansdale, and Health Sciences campuses, Campus Evolution Villages takes student living to the max. Our fully fitted modern apartments are the perfect home away from home, and our over-the-top amenities and active events programs will help you live your best college life.
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Do not, I repeat DO NOT live here if you do not have a car to drive to class. The shuttle is always broken or they dont have drivers. But do they ever adjust the amount of rent we owe since they dont provide the services they promised? No. Also, the management could care less about ever responding to your questions or problems. Myself and my roommates have been asking them to put gravel down (which needed done when I moved in the first week of Feb 2016) since August. They still havent done it and the walkway is currently flooded as Im typing this. Another thing is the insects. I keep my room clean and I still find house centipedes, earwigs, and slugs in my bathroom regularly. Do not let them fool you into signing a lease.
I would not recommend it to anybody. It just "seems" to be cheap. They say that you are given a certain cap on the utility but you still pay a lot to a company named conservice and nobody explains you what the heck cost you 70 dollars when you weren't even home all day. My room was freezing like the Arctic though I would turn up the heat to 75 degrees. Also, the lease is a whole different issue. You literally have to die to get out of it or find a relet. They will charge you 350 dollars as the relet fee. They will also charge you a short term lease fee of 75 dollars per month if you do not renew for a year. And most importantly, do not trust the management. Nobody really knows what they are doing. They are rigid, inflexible, rude, and they treat you like a three year old. They might also charge you for damages that you are not aware of while you are moving out. So, if you have already signed the lease, do take the pictures of EVERYTHING in your room as well as the common area. Most importantly, DO NOT trust the management simply because it changes all the time. In the one and a half years I lived there, I saw four managers. One manager might say something to you, but by the next few months, they will be gone. If you want to save your money and sanity, do not live here. They change this place's name all the time. But what they really need to do is change the people in the office and hire more polite, professional, and understanding employees.
Cheaply made, very expensive.
I suggest you don't live here. Here's a list of reasons: the promised $250 gift card refer a friend I'm still fighting for, trash on the grounds hasn't been cleaned up since I moved in, the room wasn't clean before I moved in. My parents and I had to clean it ourselves. The carpet is nasty. Can't get out of the lease unless you die. Read the fine print. Don't go by the model they show you - yea it's nice but totally different from the rentals. Some apartments smell of smoke (friends apartment).
I needed a place to live as soon as possible due to accepting a new position. The clubhouse is well kept and the model rooms looked very nice. However, upon moving into a three bedroom apartment, my room was much smaller than advertised. The dishwasher was moldy and rusty. Maintenance ran it with bleach and said it should be good. Do not feel safe using it. There are not many windows, making it a very dim apartment, and a microwave right above the stove does not allow for much ventilation. There is not much kitchen/closet/bathroom space either. The stairwells of the apartments are disgusting and smell bad (due to college kids I'm sure) The gym has a lot of equipment, but a lot of seats on the machines are broken and cannot be adjusted. There has also been a treadmill that has been out of use for months. They hardly ever replace equipment wipes and it constantly looks dirty and unkept. The pool is nice but the furniture is old and the foundation around it is crumbling. I only had a three month lease and decided to renew as I plan on working here at least another year and didn't feel like moving. I regret that decision.. Management is constantly advertising rent deals, however when I called about it to renew, they said it that had ended the previous day. After I renewed they advertised the same deal about a week later.. I get the feeling they lie about "rooms going quickly" because my one roommate lived here for months by herself, and then when my other roommate moved in they lived just the two of them for months before I moved in. By far the worst college apartments I have ever lived in.