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.
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