WSU Housing and Residence Life

Housing and Residential Life

The University has substantially decreased the number of students who can live in our residence halls. We will do our best to provide housing for those students who meet one or more of the criteria; however, eligibility under the criteria does not guarantee on-campus housing, and changing circumstances may require additional restrictions. Read more here.


A student reads while sitting on her bed at Gannon Goldsworthy.

Gannon-Goldsworthy Hall, on the south side of campus, is an energetic, diverse and sociable residence hall. Since this primarily is a first-year hall, there is a culture of building connections for the students who live here.

Gannon-Goldsworthy houses WSU’s Lead the Legacy living learning community, which connects first generation students with support at WSU. Residents of this hall also benefit from on-site tutoring in the hall lobby.

If you are interested in joining Lead the Legacy, please email