Two Point Campus: 10 beginner tips to get you started

Running a university is no easy task, so we’ll give you some tips to get you started in Two Point Campus.

You must provide students with a top-notch education while balancing the books in Two Point Campus.

Get your campus going with these tips for beginners.


Get your campus going with these tips for beginners.Photo credit: Sega

To do that, you need to keep everyone healthy, happy, and engaged so they’re ready to learn.

When you’re presented with a blank canvas, it can be difficult to know where to start.

Since the game is available for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC, we’ll give you some tips to get you started.

What to build first

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No matter what your courses are, there’s one space you’ll always need — a lecture hall, so get that down first.

Next, you need the subject classrooms for your core courses. That means a Science Lab for Scientography or a VR Lab for Virtual Normality and so on.

After that, you want the basic equipment. A toilet, shower and dormitory to give your students a basic quality of life. It is best to also turn off water dispensers and snack machines.

Finally, build your library to help students complete their assignments and improve their grades.

So you’re well set up, you can take care of things like a staff room or student lounge once the money rolls in. For convenience, here is a list in order of importance:

  • lecture hall
  • classroom
  • Toilet
  • Shower
  • Dormitory
  • library

Make the most of your space

This isn’t Minecraft, you can’t just build where you want.

Buying new land is expensive, so you want to use the space you have as efficiently as possible.

While it’s nice to have a nice outdoor space, it’s no use if you need to build a new lecture hall.

Building a small building on the plot you already have is always cheaper than buying a new plot.

Sometimes it’s easier to simply extend your existing building. So what if it makes the outside look less pretty? We have notes to beat.

Also, don’t make rooms too much larger than they need to be to begin with. You can always make them bigger later if you want to level them up.

Leave room for more objects

This may seem contrary to the last point, but there is a balance to be struck between the space you need now and the space you will need five minutes from now.

It is common for students to request that new objects be placed in specific rooms. Either for assignments or as a personal goal.

Some of these requests have tight deadlines, so you should leave at least some space in most rooms to place new items when these requests come in.

This is especially true for the library, which constantly needs new desks and bookshelves. Reserve some space when the requests come in.

Student satisfaction is paramount

Your income, rewards, and campus performance are tied to the results of your students, and those results are tied to their happiness.

The UI gives you a bar of average student satisfaction at all times, and you should prioritize maintaining that at all costs.

It doesn’t have to be 100% all the time, but if it keeps dropping below about 70%, you should make some improvements.

Improve the environment in your rooms and buildings, build more student unions and lounges and make sure that all their needs can be easily met.

Showers, toilets and snacks everywhere

These basic needs will constantly irritate students, no matter how good your campus is. Therefore, you must ensure that they are never too far from any of these establishments.

Instead of having one or two large toilet/shower rooms, build small ones everywhere. Just make sure you have the janitorial staff to service them.

The same applies to food and drink stands. Things like smoothie stands are great, although they require more staff, so vending machines and water dispensers will work just fine.

Store your kudosh when you need it

Saying kudosh is just as fun as giving it, but don’t overdo it.

When you start getting a lot, it can be tempting to gamble on some cool looking items that do nothing but improve the look and feel of your campus.

However, as students progress, they will request more and more expensive devices for their assignments.

From course-specific bookshelves to new classroom gadgets, you’ll need to have a healthy Kudosh bank to accomplish it all.

Fill out any academic request you can

When students request items from you, they can do so in a variety of ways. The most common request concerns personal goals.

These goals are nice to have, but by and large they don’t make much of a difference.

Since there is no penalty for declining these requests, you should always prioritize all incoming academic requests.

This is when students ask for a specific object to complete their assignments, which usually means you spend your kudosh.

Requests like this have pretty tight deadlines, and your students won’t do as well if you ignore them, so keep an eye on them.

Spend your excess money upgrading rooms

Once you have solid cash flow, you may be wondering what to spend it on. Expanding is always nice, but if you don’t need it then it’s a bit of a waste.

Instead, look at the rooms you already have and see how you can upgrade them to improve their performance.

Add additional objects, improve the environment and maybe even make it a little bigger if you have the space.

All of this will improve the performance of this room and everyone who uses it, and increase your overall campus level.

Update your teachers

Since they never make a fuss about anything, it’s easy to have a “hire and forget” approach to hiring teachers.

However, the teachers you hire at the beginning will likely be of low caliber, and as you grow you will be given the opportunity to hire new ones.

If you are in-between academic years or if you have several failing students, consider firing some of your lowest teachers and replacing them with better ones.

Later, you’ll unlock the Training Room, which allows you to expand your existing staff in key areas. Better specialists than all-rounders.

Schedule events regularly

Once you’ve unlocked events, you have the ability to increase your students’ enjoyment and entertainment for a relatively small cost.

Whenever you have openings on the calendar, consider hosting these events if you can afford them.

If you have access to contests like the Cook-Offs, do them every now and then to earn extra cash and Kudosh.

It will keep your students happy and engaged, which will keep your pockets full.

Written by Ryan Woodrow on behalf of GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN.

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