If you are single and a freshmen student enrolled in ten college credits or more, under the age of 20, and not planning to live locally with your parents or certain relatives, you must live in a CWU residence hall for one academic year regardless of the number of college credits you have earned.
Running Start students, regardless of class standing, are also required to live on campus for one year. Students requesting an exception to the policies must apply for an exception through University Housing and New Student Programs.
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