We expect to release start times and dates by Noon on Friday, July 10 on your Housing Overview page. fPLAN AHEAD so that you or the person in your group with th earliest start date/time can acess the system asap after their start time rolls around. The sooner you login and choose, the less competition you will have for the space that you want!
Heritage Hall and Ackerman Hall will offer primarily single room accommodations with very limited double rooms* in designated spaces. Both halls feature shared community bathrooms and public areas for group activities. A community kitchen is available in both halls for students to prepare special and community meals here in addition to lounges, community and study areas.
*Students seeking double rooms must have a confirmed roommate to select these spaces.
The suite-style rooms of Barnum Hall round out the accommodation list for housing potentially both First-Year and Upper-Division students. For 2020 each Barnum suite will house 2 students with a separate study/living area, private bathroom and sleeping area which can be closed off from the living area. Barnum residents can pick up a key from the Residential Service Center to any of the community kitchens available in the halls for any specialty cooking or community events they may want to plan.
Arbor Park Apartments. (Arbor Park is made up of Cedar, Noble and Spruce halls and these facilities are Upper-Division only). Wherever you spent your last year, we welcome our transfer students to Western Oregon University – We are glad to have you here!
As an Upper-Division student you are not required to live on campus, but we hope that you choose to take advantage of the convenience, safety and value that living on campus can provide for you! Arbor Park can provide you with the perfect blend of economy, convenience and community as well as the autonomy of apartment living – right here on campus!
Landers Hall will only be used for 2020-21 as occupancy demands. If opened, Landers will house both Upper-Division and First-Year students in single occupancy rooms this year.
July is a big month this year for Housing Selection for our new First-Year and Transfer students as we begin Selection – at last! Take a look at the tentative timeline for July below.
Chances are that if you are unsure of something, someone else is as well. With so many changes we have had to make this year in response to COVID-19, to our process, our room configurations and our timelines, questions are going to arise! Take a look at our FAQ page(s) and see if you can find the answers to your questions. If not, please feel free to contact University Housing – we are here to help in any way that we can!
You are the reason that we do what we do – if we can be of further assistance to you, please do not hesitate to contact us!