LIVING ON CAMPUS
Live-In Staff and Faculty Mentors
Live-In staff include a full-time professional staff referred to as a Resident Director, who manages the building and the student staff living there, the Resident Assistants (RAs). RA’s are well trained, full-time students carefully selected for their leadership experience, interpersonal skills, and their desire to have a positive impact on their residential community.
Res Comp + Residential Computer Lab
Residential Computing (Res-Comp) is headed up by a Residential Computing Manager who is responsible for staffing and managing all facets of the residential computing system. The Res-Comp manager also oversees student staff and the operation of the Residential Computing Lab located in the Residential Service Center. The lab and computer assistance offer resources only available to on-campus residents.
Valsetz Dining Hall is the main source for food for our residential students, but you can always find coffee at Caffè Allegro and whatever else you might want at the convenience store located there. Campus Dining works around the clock to offer varied and nutritional food options to all of our residents – including those with dietary restrictions or needs such as gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian, as well as students eating on a budget. Campus Dining is always convenient, and ready to serve you!
In addition to the above, tap into the amenities listed below to live your best life on campus at WOU!
The Residential Service Center is centrally located within the residential complex and houses residential mail boxes. The RSC staff facilitates mail delivery, package pick-up, key/fob replacements, sells postage stamps and offers general help. The Residential Computer Lab, and the Residence Hall Association (RHA) office.
High Speed Internet + Tech Support. Unlike their off-campus counterparts, our residents enjoy high-speed internet access as well as Tech Support – and a Residential Computer Lab located in the RSC.
Movie Streaming. Residential student can stream movies to the device of their choice anywhere on campus. FREE with Res Life Cinema. New movies get added every month.
Community Study Rooms, Laptop Bars, Lounges and Kitchens. Academics are important – so is relaxing and having fun with friends. Residential living offers community study rooms, furnished with desks, chairs, couches and whiteboards in all of the First-Year halls. Laptop bars are available in Ackerman to plug in and work solo or together with other students. Community lounges in all of the residence halls offer space for community meetings and entertainment.