The Office of University Housing and Campus Dining is dedicated to excellence by fostering a healthy, supportive, and sustainable community living-learning experience through encouraging and educating our students and staff to: adapt to an evolving society; grow personally and academically and recognize their impact as inclusive and responsible global citizens.Text "on-campus LIVING at Western"
On-Campus Living at Western - What will it be like? What does it have to offer to your child specifically?
Use the link above to access a virtual booklet to gain some insight into life in the Residence Halls at Western Oregon University!
Hopefully, the links on this page will provide you with the information and resources you will need to help you as you mentor your student through the academic year and into their future! If you are still unable to find what you need, see our Housing Basics webpage, or please feel free to contact University Housing & Campus Dining with your request.
Ahhhhhhhhhh - Winter Break. The residential complex will be closed from 5 pm on Friday, December 12th through Noon on Sunday, January 4th. Residential students are welcome to remain on-campus for this break, but they must sign up to do so on the WOU Portal. There is a $250 charge to stay for this break. Use the links below for detailed information.
If you are planning a visit to campus and are looking for accommodations within the community, we have put together a listing of local bed and breakfast's that may be helpful to you as you plan your stay. Use the link below to access this page.- Proposed Rates for the 2011-2012 Academic Year
For more information on rates for the Residence Halls, please see our COSTS WEBPAGE
Use the link below to access YOUR guide to New Student Week. ENJOY!
New Student Week A jam-packed week of activities and information for new students before classes begin.
University Housing 503-838-8311 | or e-mail: email@example.com
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