Current CWU students will be choosing their residence hall rooms for the 2015-16 academic year in February 2015.
Here are some benefits of living on campus:
1. Current first-year students returning for a second year are eligible for the $1,000 housing waiver for the residence halls (watch for more details)
2. There are several housing options including suites, singles, doubles, and apartments.
3. Statistics show that CWU students that live on campus are more likely to have a higher GPA than those living off campus.
4. There is 24 hour on-call residence life staff, maintenance, and police department.
For questions, please call 509-963-1831
University Housing is excited to announce a $1,000 housing waiver for sophomore students for the 2015-2016 academic year. Click here for more information.
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