Report: Rahmi Nurshani Azmar
The Student of Communication Department of Unismuh Makassar
UNISMUH – This Makassar-born woman prefers to live in Asmadina Unismuh Makassar rather than living with parents.
She claimed to be more focused on studying at Asmadina than living in her own home, besides that she could become an independent person without dependence on both parents.
This was conveyed by the student of the PAUD Education Study Program of the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education (FKIP) of Unismuh Makassar, Asty Angraeni, on Wednesday afternoon January 21, 2020, at the Talasalapang Campus Makassar.
It was explained that the pattern of learning and coaching in Asmadina regularly every dawn and after maghrib prayer, this study of Islamic problems helps to foster and direct the formation of a more mature character with Islamic noble character, she said.
The impression of staying in Asmadina is very good because it can stay in touch with sisters from different regions, she also said that she had received a warning from the Asmadina manager for violating the Asmadina closing hours.
Asmadina Unismuh Makassar starts to open from 04.00 – 21.00 Wita. Every student who violates closing hours will be given a consequence from the manager in the form of a Warning Letter (SP).
Asmadina’s facilities are very good and comfortable because they provide a bed, study table, chair and 2 toilet rooms in the room. Besides, it also provides free laundry for students.
Asmadina’s rental fees are quite affordable and agree to the rules set by the manager.
Parents strongly agree to live in Asmadina because learning in Asmadina is better than at home, she said.
Suggestions for students who live in Asmadina, do not make it as a stopover, enjoy every process, said this 2017 class year student.
Asty Angraeni was born in Makassar, started her education at SDN Manuruki, continued at SMPN 26 Makassar and graduated at SMA PGRI 3 Makassar, now she is a 5th-semester student at the University of Muhammadiyah Makassar.