To be eligible for a University-owned apartment at Central, a lessee must be a student maintaining at least seven credit hours of course work per quarter (unless an exception is approved in writing by the Associate Dean of Student Life) or be a contracted faculty/staff member of Central Washington University.
University-owned apartments are available for occupancy to students with families, married students, (must provide copy of marriage certificate) single students, and new faculty or staff from outside the immediate area. Priority housing is given to students with children; eligibility for an apartment may depend on family size.
Congratulations to Marion Andrin, IT Specialist for receiving the CWU Employee of the Month presenteNew Residence Life And New Student Programs Staff Member
Joining the Residence Life and New Student Programs staff, we welcome Anna Cairns as our main adminiSaturday, April 12 Phase I Orientation: Wildcat Day
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