[Nfbmo] Housing in Columbia

DanFlasar at aol.com DanFlasar at aol.com
Sun Apr 21 23:25:49 UTC 2013

    I didn't know that you had opted for Mizzou -  congratulations on 
taking this next step in what I am absolutely sure will be a  stellar career.  
St. Louis's loss will be Columbia's gain.  Best  of luck to you.
In a message dated 4/21/2013 4:40:57 P.M. Central Daylight Time,  
kaybaycar at gmail.com writes:

Hi  everyone,

For those of you who don't know, I will be moving to Columbia  towards
the end of this Summer to begin a masters degree in music at  Mizzou.
I am currently in the process of looking for housing.

I have  done some research into living on campus, but I'm not sold yet,
and there  is a good chance I would be too late to get an apartment
there.  I was  amazed at all the options for living off campus.  This
is the first  time I've ever looked into housing on my own, and I want
to find a place  that I will like.

I would like somewhere with easy access to  campus.  I also have a lot
of technology, including a braille  embossor, that I will need to set
up.  My guide dog will be with me as  well.  I would love somewhere
with a dishwasher and laundry in the  building.  (If I lived in the on
campus apartments, I would not have a  dishwasher. :()

If any of you have any ideas, advice, or could point me  to someone who
could help, I would much appreciate it.  I haven't  nailed down an
exact price range because I wanted to see what might be  available.
Thank you all for any possible suggestions.

Julie  McG
National Association of Guide dog Users board member,   National
Federation of the Blind performing arts division  secretary,
Missouri Association of Guide dog Users President,
and  Guiding Eyes for the Blind graduate 2008
"For God so loved the world that  he gave his only Son, so that
everyone who believes in him may not perish  but may have eternal
John  3:16

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