Well, given that I have a very close relative who is heading off to college next year and his gf intentionally applied to the same U after he got in early and she got turned down by a couple of very highly rated universities (they are both getting very nice scholarships from a pretty good school) , and that they can't keep away from each other, as in no sense of surroundings at all, that is at least one couple that wouldn't mind sharing an on campus bathroom so long as it means they are also sharing the bedroom. I share in the blame for starting colleges on this road to perdition. My senior year at UConn I was on the joint committee of students, faculty and administrators whose task it was, in 1966/67 to decide if UConn should drop its ban on men and women being allowed upstairs in each others rooms and also to eliminate curfews for women which was 10:30 nights before classes and 1 on Fri. and Sat. In fact, how archaic were some of the rules? When I started in 1963, women were not allowed to wear shorts on the main drag, Rt.195, on Sundays. Our committee adopted a rule, then in favor at schools dropping co-ed visiting hour bans, that men and women could be in each others rooms so long as the door was kept open the width of a matchbook. (Also shows how many kids smoked at the time). I live in the Towers which was the first co-ed quadrangle, with one girls dorm at the time I started and which became six girls dorms during the time I was there, eventually switching dorms with West Campus to make both co-ed. The old south campus was all women. The first co-ed dorm opened while I was there, McMahon, with men in one tower and women in the other. When my son started at Cornell thirty years later, I was a bit shocked to see women roaming the corridors. Progress.