Anderson Apartments are located in the center of the active recreational and social hub of campus. These semi-furnished apartments have two bedrooms and are designed to accommodate up to three single persons. Two mobility-impaired accessible rooms also are available. The university provides utilities and telephone service. Residents of Anderson have developed a sense of community featuring residence hall living in a friendly and comfortable atmosphere.
How to Contact Your Staff:
Apartment Manager: Veronica Benavides
Office: B Stack
Phone number: (509) 963 7111
Your apartment manager will be available for questions, concerns, and for scheduling check outs for one hour per day Sunday-Thursday. Please see hours posted on the office door.
Occasionally, office hours may be altered or canceled. Please look for notes posted on the office door.
The office is located on the first floor of B stack.
Anderson Hall’s Mailing Address:
1301 N. Chestnut St, Room#
Ellensburg, WA 98926
There is a community lounge located on the first floor of B stack. The lounge is available for all residents to use. There is pool equipment, foosball, and a piano for resident usage. Please be courteous of others and respect the equipment.
If you are locked are locked out of your apartment, please do the following:
1. Contact roommates or family members first (if applicable).
2. If they are unable to let you in, contact your apartment manager (509) 963-7111.
3. If they are unable to assist you, contact Housing (509) 963-1831 during business hours (8:00AM-5:00PM).
4. If it is after hours or on the weekends or holidays, call the on-call manager at (509) 201-6112.
5. If you lost your keys, contact your manager to have your locks re-keyed ($35 charge).
*If you get locked out multiple times, disciplinary action may be taken*
Facilities are located on the first floor of B stack. Both washers and dryers are run by quarters. It is $1 each for a standard wash and standard dry.
Contact Facilities Management at (509) 963-3000 for any and all maintenance concerns. If they do not respond within a couple of days, contact them again.
There are dumpsters and recycle bins located outside of B stack. Please dispose of trash and recycling in the appropriate bins.
Please refer to your Apartment Reference Guide for policies and procedures. You are held accountable for the material in this guide.
Each quarter, your apartment staff organizes social and educational programs for all residents to enjoy. Look for flyers on your door and articles in the monthly newsletter advertising upcoming programs!
Please do not leave trash, empty bottles, or trash on public areas. This is a safety hazard and may also attract pests and other undesirable things.
If you need any housing related assistance, please contact University Housing:
Office: Button Hall
Office Phone: (509) 963- 1831
Office Hours: 8:00AM-5:00PM, Monday- Friday
If you need assistance-such as if you're locked out, or if you have any questions or concerns after the University Housing Office has closed (from 5PM - 8AM Monday-Friday) and 24 hours on weekends and holidays, please call the on-call manager at (509) 201-6112.
CWU was recognized on October 6, 2016 by the Association of College and University Housing OfficersDeShields Recognized With International Award
Richard DeShields, Central Washington University associate dean for student living, is the recipientCWU Apartment Staff Chosen As CWU Team Of The Year
Congratulations to our CWU Apartment Staff for being chosen as the CWU Team of the Year and awardedACUHO-I Professional Standards Institute
CWU Housing named as the host site for the ACUHO-I Professional Standards Institute in July.