The other writers give good advice. I'll add one wrinkle: many four-year colleges which have a "campus" actually require students to live in on-campus housing their first year. After first year, you can typically live in a private apartment or other non-campus housing. But at many colleges, unless you are going to a residential college that's in your hometown, you are required to live in the dorms first year.
You could certainly ask the student housing office about all the possible housing options, if you are required to live in student housing your freshman year. Often, the earlier you pay the deposit, the better your choices of campus housing are. Are there special-interest dorms you can live in, such as language houses or other "themed" housing?
If your choices of dorm are truly limited and are all pretty much the same, then you'll have to think about how much your first-year housing matters to you. Remember that it's not just about the physical building; it's also about the people you'll meet and even the camaraderie that can develop based on everyone's shared experience in that dorm. I've seen students bond over living in a dorm that's old and doesn't have A/C (but is across the street from where their classes are held).
You don't say whether you were accepted Early Decision to this college with the not-so-nice dorms. If so, you are committed to attending unless it's a true financial hardship for your family.
So, check out what your options are for housing, and best wishes for your first year!