So I think that's the main drawback to moving to the campus -- we're farther away from all the things we enjoy in the city. Just as we are really getting into the swing of exploring the city by bike, we'll be moving too far away to continue doing so. At least, it will take a long bike ride to get to the city and back again. We'll see what other drawbacks only become apparent after we move.
Advantages are many. My commute (by foot and bus) is currently 40 minutes. If we move on campus, it won't take ten minutes to get from apartment to classroom. This will be especially pleasant come wintertime. We will get a better shower, instead of the weak gravity-fed trickle shower. I think we're getting running cold AND hot water. The fixtures, fittings and furniture are all better. Goodbye to the tiny toy kitchen, goodbye to the evil sofa. The campus will supply all the furniture we need -- bookshelves, desks, bed, sofa, television, washing machine. We'll be able to sit in a sofa or armchair and watch TV and read a book. Instead of three flights of stairs, there's only one -- easier on Ross's knees.