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Housing Renewal will begin in Early May! The process will be available to current residents from early May until the term ends at 5:00 pm, Friday, June 10, 2022. NOTE: The deadline to cancel any reservation made through the Housing Renewal process is set for 5:00 pm, Friday, June 3, 2022.

Current residents will access the Housing Renewal system to choose the space that you want to live on- campus in for the coming academic year. – DO NOT COMPLETE A NEW HOUSING RESERVATION FORM –.

In May, you will access the Room Selection system by clicking “Room Selection” on the left side of your Housing Overview page. You can access your Housing Overview page through your WOU Portal – look for University Housing Overview.

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Students wishing to Renew their Housing will have the opportunity to select from singles and doubles in Ackerman Hall and in Landers Hall, as well as spaces in the Arbor Park Apartments. If you have questions regarding the process, please contact The Housing Team.
NOTE: Also, should you not be able to get into the building of your choice, CHOOSE A SPACE so that you have a reservation held in your name, and then contact University Housing to be added to a wait list for your preferred building. We will be placing individuals from these lists as cancellations are received throughout the summer.

How do I do that?
How Much will it cost?

The process is pretty intuitive, and all online. Not sure how something works? Chances are you are not alone. Check out Renewal FAQ page and take a look at the rates proposed for the coming year.

Got Questions?

You have questions, We have Answers!
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Contact University Housing!

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