Check out some of our favorite dorm room transformations of 2022

The beginning of the school year calls for new friends, new experiences, new responsibilities, and of course a new living space! 

For many incoming students, moving into a college residence hall is an exciting time as it is their first home-away-from-home. As students start to move in, August is full of room transformations on social media showcasing how they make the space their own. 

This year, we joined in on the fun using a trending sound on TikTok to feature one of our favorite before and after dorm room transformations. Take a look at this video to see how first-year students, Bianca and Emily, decorated their dorm room in Koonce Hall!

 

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We wanted to see some of the other decorated rooms across campus, so we shared the TikTok to our Instagram account and created a “sticker” that students could engage with to show off their own rooms here on campus to their Instagram story. Here are some of our favorite submissions!

Thank you to all the Golden Flashes who submitted their rooms, they were all amazing! 

Be sure to follow our Instagram and TikTok accounts to keep up with all the updates from Kent State.

A dorm room with pink decorations and pink and white pillows.
A dorm room with colorful bedding and plants around the window. Sparkly tensile hangs from the top of the window.
 
A dorm room with two black and white smiley face posters along with black and white decorations on the wall and bedding.
  
A dorm room with blue LED lights decorated with posters on the wall.
A dorm room with vines and white fairy lights hanging down from the wall.
 
A dorm room with vines hung across the wall and posters in between them.
POSTED: Monday, September 19, 2022 - 12:57pm
UPDATED: Thursday, September 22, 2022 - 5:06pm
WRITTEN BY:
Jordyn Stanford