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Upcoming Events & Important Information

Updated March 14, 2020 at 3:08 pm: 

Spring Quarter will be delivered in an online format to the fullest extent possible.  All residence halls and apartments are open and will continue to house students, including during Spring Break.

As the situation regarding the outbreak of respiratory illness caused by the novel coronavirus continues to develop in the nearby Western Washington area, CWU Housing and Residence Life wants to assure you we are well prepared to respond appropriately to mitigate its effects, with the priority of protecting the health and wellbeing of our residents. 

As our modality of instruction for Spring Quarter 2020 has shifted, students are welcomed and encouraged to remain on campus.  All residence halls and campus apartments will continue to serve residents as part of a vibrant campus community.  We welcome students to continue to continue to be a part of our community while emphasizing social distancing and good hygiene. Continuous employment for student workers is a high priority for the university.  We know that there are questions about Spring 2020 Housing and Dining, the information below was developed in order to help make things clear for our residential students.

  • Am I able to stay on campus for Spring 2020?

Yes! We welcome all residential students to continue to live on campus.  Residence Hall and Anderson Apartment contracts go through June 12th and Getz-Short, Student Village, Brooklane, and Wahle leases are continuous.  CWU Housing and Residence Life also will work to accommodate any off campus or commuter students who wish to live closer to the core of campus.

  • What can I expect in terms of staffing, events, and programming?

All housing units will remain open with the same level of student and professional staff supporting our residents and ensuring the safety and security of our communities.  This includes having staff on call and 24/7 support.  You may notice some programs and gatherings look different as we work to implement social distancing.  For instance, more gatherings may be held outside and smaller gatherings may be encouraged.

Custodial staff have increased the frequency of disinfecting common touchpoints like door handles and elevator buttons, light switches, restrooms, and kitchens. We have also increased the number of hand sanitizing stations in buildings.

  • Will my meal plan be the same?

Yes! As a residence hall student, your meal plan will go into effect Monday, March 23rd and be available to you throughout Spring Quarter.  Students who wish to change their meal plan can do so until April 13th through their MyHousing account. For more information on Dining, please visit http://www.yard-cam.com/dining/

  • I am a new student for Spring 2020 – when can I check in?

Residence Hall Students: You are eligible to check in at any point after noon on Sunday, March 29th.  Contact information for an on-call RA are posted on the exterior door of your building. 

Apartment Students: Lease signings will continue as scheduled. 

  • I am a continuing student, can I be in my room/apartment before the quarter officially starts on Wednesday, April 8?

Absolutely! We know for many students, CWU is their home or they may not be able to travel to another location over spring break.  You are welcome in your CWU housing at any point and are able to come and go as you like.  Please refer to the email communication from the Dean of Student Success Office regarding extended hours of dining, SURC, and campus resources during this time.

 

  • I’m considering moving home from my residence hall this Spring, what steps should I take?

We welcome students to continue to live on campus and take advantage of their current housing and dining contract that ends June 12, 2020.  Housing and Dining will operate like other quarters and students are being encouraged to stay on campus.  We understand that this current situation is unprecedented and that some students may need to change their living situations to accommodate supporting family or loved ones.  Students can apply for a contract release/cancellation by completing the Contract Cancellation form available at the Housing Services Office in Button Hall or online at http://www.yard-cam.com/housing/formscontracts.  A standing campus wide committee reviews exemption, accommodations and contract release petitions and will continue to meet weekly to review requests on a case by case basis. 

 

 

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New First Year and Transfer Students can apply for Housing starting January 27, 2020. The priority date for housing applications is June 1st though rooms are available on a first come, first serve basis.

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Current Residence Hall Students

Current students in residence halls can sign up for residence hall spaces during Housing Priority Selection from January 8-21, 2020.

 

 



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