First year students who enroll at WOU within one year of high school graduation regardless of class standing must live on campus for the full academic year (Fall, Winter and Spring terms). Exceptions to this requirement may be requested by petition. Exceptions that are generally approved are as follows:
Other exceptions will be evaluated, but are generally not approved.
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On-Campus Living at Western - What is it like? What does it have to offer you?
Use the link above to access a virtual booklet to gain some insight into life in the Residence Halls at Western Oregon University!JULY MAILING - Our much-anticipated July Mailing with information about how to access hall placements and roommate assignments HAS BEEN MAILED! This information was mailed out to in-coming students on Monday, July 23rd. In addition to the above access information, the following items were also enclosed within the July Mailing:
NOTE: Barnum, Butler and Gentle residents will be checking in at Gentle Hall (#3 on the Residence Hall Map)
Arbor Park Residents will check in at the Sequoia Commons building (#10 on the Residence Hall Map)
Residents arriving for late check-in should come to the University Housing office located on the ground floor of Ackerman Hall, (#1 on the Residence Hall Map) during regular business hours, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, M-F.
For after-hours check-in, report first to the hall that you have been assigned to, if you cannot find staff there, please report to the Residential Service Center (#6 on the Residence Hall Map).
NEW RESIDENTS SHOULD REPORT TO THE CENTRAL AREA OF THE BUILDING TO WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN ASSIGNED. PLEASE USE THE LINK BELOW TO ACCESS DETAILED INFORMATION REGARDING CHECK-IN.
NEW RESIDENTS STILL NEEDING TO CHECK-IN SHOULD REPORT TO THE UNIVERSITY HOUSING OFFICE during office hours (8 am - 5 pm) LOCATED ON THE MAIN FLOOR OF ACKERMAN HALL - #1 on the campus map (link below). FOR AFTER HOURS CHECK-IN, PLEASE REPORT TO THE RESIDENTIAL SERVICE CENTER (#6 on the campus map).
Don't know what a Hall Host is - or does? The PRIMARY role of the Hall Host - and their residence hall room, is to provide an opportunity for prospective students and their families to actually view a typical first year living space, and the opportunity to meet and talk with a current residential student. In addition, these students will also participate in various recruitment programs coordinated by the Admissions office. Now that you know all that . . .
Use the link below to access more information and the application packet for the Hall Host positions.small black house with yellow windows
THESE POSITIONS ARE FOR IN-COMING FIRST YEAR STUDENTS ONLY - APPLICATIONS ARE DUE BY 5:00 PM, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 2012.
Interested individuals are encouraged to apply! Completed applications are DUE by 5:00 pm, Friday, June 8, 2012!
Use the link below to access more information about the above positions and the actual application packets for both the Hall Host and the RHA First-Year Liaison positions on our Leadership Opportunities page. Applications for BOTH POSITIONS ARE DUE by 5 pm on Friday, June 8, email@example.com.
RETURNING STUDENTS NEEDING TO CHECK OUT OF THE RESIDENCE HALLS PLEASE NOTE:
If you find during the break that you will not be returning to live on campus, you must check out of your residence hall room properly.
Start by contacting the Office of University Housing and Campus Dining.
Please note: the residential student M-U-S-T be present to complete the check out/ move out process.
See what your Residential Green Team is doing for you!
University Housing is committed to helping you in your quest.
Visit our Academic Initiatives webpage for Resources and Tools to help you achieve your academic goals.
USE THE LINK BELOW: The link below will take you to the WOU Portal where you can process payment on your student's account. Please Note: Payment made here, through the WOU Portal can be made only with Master Card, Discover Card or with an e-check.
NOTE: WHEN USING THE ONLINE PAYMENT FORM BELOW, TO ENSURE CREDIT OF YOUR PAYMENT TO YOUR STUDENT'S ACCOUNT - PLEASE CONTACT UNIVERSITY HOUSING @ 503-838-8311, OR SUBMIT AN EMAIL TO UNIVERSITY HOUSING WITH YOUR STUDENT'S NAME, WESTERN OREGON UNIVERSITY "V" NUMBER, AND DATE OF PAYMENT. Thank you!
Wolf Ride is available Monday - Sunday, from 5:00 pm - 12:00 am. Wolf Ride can be used for transportation needs within the Wolf Ride Service Area (the Monmouth/Independence area.)
Are you looking for Housing and Dining Information? We have developed a webpage with references and information JUST for you! Use the link below.
University Housing 503-838-8311 | or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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