Steve’s an art major. Sam’s his roommate, who’s there on the VI Bill and insists Steve should join him on the track team. Steve’s thinking about it. His friend Bucky from high school didn’t make it past the waiting list for such a prestigious university, so he’s currently in the dredges of some faraway community college, and it’s clearly killing Steve to be away from him. (Bucky didn’t tell him he didn’t get in until he was sure Steve had accepted and it was too late to pull out. They both know if Steve had known, he’d have given up his dreams and followed Bucky and gotten a much shittier degree.)
Across the hall is a triple with Clint and Thor and Tony - as big as Thor is, Clint somehow managed to insist on top bunk and win. Thor’s actually a good guy. He’s an exchange student from some Nordic country, and he’s like eleven feet tall but a total softie, with a big booming voice and majoring in business. He says he’s going to help his father grow the company in the US. His father sounds terrifying.
Tony’s the only Engineering major Steve’s ever seen sleep with so many women. He’s constantly hitting on his lab partner in his biology course, some really gorgeous brilliant girl who’s clearly too smart to fall for him, but he plays it off and hangs out with Bruce a lot, who’s probably better at this biochem stuff than the professor. Bruce, for some reason, refuses to live on campus. He’s out sick a lot and won’t talk about it.
Natasha’s the only person in the co-ed dorm with a single and there must have been a hell of a lot of medical paperwork to get that to happen - or maybe, knowing her, she blackmailed someone in housing - everyone’s afraid to ask. She hangs out with Thor’s girlfriend sometimes - this tiny petite girl who never leaves the science building and is riding along on the most incredible scholarship Steve has ever heard of.