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The Best and the Worst Bathrooms on Campus

The opinions expressed in this article are the writer’s own and do not reflect the views of Her Campus.

When you got to go, you got to go. However, all bathrooms were not created equally. Here are the 3 best and the 3 worst buildings at UD to go to the bathroom.

3rd Worst: Gore Hall

Gore gives me mall bathroom vibes. The good thing is there is a lot of stalls, but then you lose out a bit of privacy. They leave the main door open so sometimes you’ll hear some unfortunate noises from outside. Also, the lighting could be better.

3RD Best: Brown Lab

Not too many stalls, but a good amount. There’s space to get in and out. Great lighting to check yourself before class. Underrated and should be appreciated more.

2nd Worst: Purnell Hall

There’s one bathroom here that’s always cold. Nothing sucks more than having to sit on a cold seat in order to do your business. It also does not have that many stalls. They could be doing better. Good lighting though for mirror selfies.

2nd Best: Penny Hall

There is nothing too special about the actual bathroom. What makes it special is the fact that sometimes there is a bin with free tampons and pads. I think that’s how all bathrooms should be, but nope. Therefore, here is the recognition this bathroom deserves.

1st Worst: Ewing Hall

This is not a bathroom. It is a broom closet. There’s an awkward two door situation to get in a cramped little space. It has two stalls, but at the cost of being able to move within the area. It makes me sad to pee there.

1st best: Kent dining Hall

This is an underdog of a building. There’s individual, unisex bathrooms with plenty of room and good lighting. I love my privacy and can be at ease when I go.

Darby Morgan

Delaware '23

My name is Darby Morgan. I am from Coatesville, Pennsylvania, where I attended Coatesville Area Senior High. I was the school's talaria editor, captain of the track and field team and part of the ping pong club. I love photography, reading and watching Netflix. I am a mathematics major and psychology minor at the University of Delaware.