On-campus Housing Renewal

Thinking of living on campus next year? Housing renewal has already begun for the 2016-17 school year. Don’t miss your chance to stay in the residence halls next year. Registering for housing is not a commitment– just be sure to submit any cancel requests before July 1 to avoid paying a fee!

Important dates to remember

April 14: Deadline for online registration

Don’t have a roommate? Come by the roommate mixer in Ackerman room 141 at 6 p.m. to find the perfect match!

April 17: The priority list will be posted on WOU portal for everyone who registered

April 18-29: Online room selection

April 29: Housing renewal ends

**Bonus**: If you renew during the renewal period, $100 will be credited to your WOU account!

Where to live?


A room in the Ackerman residence hall

Ackerman is the newest of all the residence halls. Each hall is designed to serve the interests of the students residing there. Some examples of these communities include The Future Educators Community and The American Sign Language community. Ackerman hall houses both first-year and returning students.

Butler and Gentle

Inside a room in the Barnum residence hall

Butler and Gentle residence halls include a living room, bathroom and shared bedroom with three to four beds.    

Arbor Park

The exterior of Arbor Park residence hall

Arbor park apartments allow a convenient on-campus location with the feel of an off-campus apartment. Each apartment offers a private bedroom for each resident and a full kitchen.

Are you new to WOU?

Before applying for housing, you must first be admitted to WOU. You will then get to choose a housing preference. Choices for first year students include Heritage, Landers, Barnum, Gentle, and Ackerman halls.

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