University Residences

University Residences

Policies and Procedures

The residential student conduct process is designed to be a learning experience that promotes an understanding of students' responsibilities as members of the university community. The objectives are twofold: to ensure that students act in a manner consistent with high standards of behavior and to maintain the safety and well-being of all members of the university residential community.

Western Washington University students enjoy the same basic rights, privileges, and freedoms granted to all members of society. Living on campus provides unique privileges and obligates students to fulfill certain additional responsibilities and expectations. By choosing to be a member of the residential community you agreed to abide by all residential policies and procedures, which are subject to change without notice. Residential students must assume responsibility for their own actions and maintain an environment conducive to the academic success, safety, and well-being of others. In addition, they are expected to be truthful, respect the rights of others, and abide by all university policies and procedures, as well as all local, state, and federal laws and regulations.

Occupancy Standards

Housekeeping standards, room transfers, and moving out...

Community Standards

Quiet policy, guest policy, prohibited items, drugs & alcohol...

Conduct Procedures

When a violation occurs, rights of residents, sanctions, confidentiality...

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