Whether it’s a pregame before going out or an all-night rager, college students love to party. And while there are plenty of parties to be found off-campus, there’s something special about a dorm party. Maybe it’s the close quarters or the fact that you can just roll out of bed when it’s over, but dorm parties are more fun than you can handle.
Of course, with any party comes the risk of getting caught by your RA. But that’s half the fun, right? Trying to keep the noise down and making sure everyone stays hidden when they hear someone coming down the hall. It’s all part of the game.
So if you’re looking for a good time, find your nearest dorm party and let loose.
Dorms are the perfect place to throw a party
The college dorm is the perfect place to throw a party. The dorm room is small enough that it’s easy to keep an eye on everything, but large enough to accommodate a good number of people. Plus, there’s always someone around to help with the set-up or clean-up.
The best part about having a party in a dorm room is that it’s BYOB. No need to worry about spending too much money on alcohol or dealing with overpriced drinks at the bar. Just make sure to stock up on some mixers and snacks for your guests.
And if you’re worried about noise levels, don’t be! College dorms are notorious for being loud, so your music will fit right in.
But beware, dorm parties can get out of control quickly!
Here are some tips for throwing a successful dorm party:
Choose your guests wisely
When it comes to throwing a college dorm party, remember to choose your guests wisely. You don’t want just anyone showing up and causing trouble. You want people who will respect your space and have fun without making things too rowdy.
Think about who you invite carefully. If you don’t know someone well, they probably aren’t the best candidate for being at your party. It’s better to be safe than sorry when it comes to having strangers over. Keep in mind that even if someone is a friend of a friend, they may not be someone you can trust.
It’s also important to make sure that everyone who comes to your party is of legal drinking age if alcohol will be present. This can avoid any potential problems down the road.
Keep the noise down
It’s 11 p.m. on a Saturday night and your downstairs neighbor is having a party. The music is blaring, the people are laughing loudly and you can hear every word of their conversation. You’ve tried asking them to keep the noise down, but it’s like they can’t even hear you. What do you do?
First, try knocking on their door or calling their phone to ask them to turn down the music. If that doesn’t work, you can always call your RA or the police. But before you do that, try talking to your neighbors again and see if they’ll be willing to compromise. Maybe they can turn down the music a bit or move their party to another room.
If all else fails, don’t be afraid to speak up for yourself and ask them to keep the noise down.
Don’t damage property
A college dorm party is more fun than you can handle, but don’t damage property. If you’re looking to have a good time, there are plenty of other ways to do so without trashing someone’s home. Be considerate of your surroundings and clean up after yourself. Not only will this make the party more enjoyable for everyone, but it will also ensure that you’re not on the hook for any damages.
Clean up afterwards