Mathes Community | North Campus

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person Front Desk

Location: Mathes 287

Open Daily: 2 - 8 p.m.

Desk phone: 360-650-6200

lock Locked out?

2 p.m. - 8 p.m.

phoneMathes Front Desk

8 p.m. - 2p.m.

phoneHousing Safety Assistant

help Other assistance

7 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Monday - Friday:

phone WWU Police Non-Emergency

Saturday & Sunday:

phone Resident Advisor On-Call

8 p.m. - 7 a.m.

phone Resident Advisor On-Call

mail Mailing Address

Resident's Name

Hall name + room number

516 High Street

Bellingham, WA 98225

group Main Lounge

A room with several chairs and small tables

Relax and study next to the fireplace or play some music on the grand piano.

desktop_windows Computer Lab

A computer lab with overhead lighting and an outdoor window

Located in Mathes 913. See ResTek for more information.

local_laundry_service Laundry Room

A laundry room with front and top loading machines.

Mathes 11: Contains six washers, six dryers, and a sink.

Professional Live-In Staff

Aliya Tursunova

Aliya smiling at the camera in front of green trees and a tall bush on a sunny day

Resident Director

Office: MA 219

Student Staff

Percy Metcalf
He/Him or They/Them 

Photo of Percy Metcalf

Inclusion Assistant

North Campus

Ethan Johnson

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Resident Advisor

Floor 1, 2, 3 & 4

Mykah Okoro

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Resident Advisor

Floor 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9

Mathes Double Room

Furnishing: Beds, Twin XL mattresses, chairs, desks, closets and chest of drawers for each student.

Bed Storage Space (Inches): Low/High Single : 8.2 – 30.7
Loft: desks fit comfortably underneath – actual size varies
Bunk: 8.25

*Bed parts required for configurations other than low single

Room Dimensions: Average double room: approx. 183 sq. ft.

Flooring: Vinyl tile

Lighting: Desk and ceiling lights are provided in student rooms.

Please note: actual room layouts may vary.

Mathes Community Council

Members of the Mathes Community Council

Hall council leadership is a great way to meet new people and make an impact in your community. Some past events have included karaoke nights, the annual Piccadilly dance, MarioKart, Mash Mixer, wellness events, social justice programming, game nights, movie nights and academic support events…just to name a few!

There will be a Kick Off event that will provide more information during the first week of fall quarter, with elections occurring in October. For more information about hall council, talk to your Resident Advisor and keep an eye out for posters or Facebook posts promoting the events!

Read more about Community Councils