WSU Housing and Residence Life

Housing and Residential Life

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Applying to the Residence Halls 

Applications for fall 2022 are now open!

Step 1: Agree to the housing contract and complete initial payment 

To complete the residence hall application for fall 2022/spring 2023, students will need to agree to the housing contract and submit an initial payment of $400. This $400 fee will be applied to the student’s housing costs in the fall.  

Students who are expecting to receive a financial aid award of $15,000 or more can elect to use their award to cover the $400 payment. Since fall 2022 financial aid has not been awarded yet, there would be no payment required at the time of application. 

This is when you’ll be able to select preferences for your top building choices, the type of room you’d like, and submit roommate requests or fill out our roommate questionnaire to help you get paired with someone great.  Check out the residence hall finder

May 1 is the priority date for all new students to complete their residence hall application. All new students who apply before the priority deadline of will be considered equally in the first round of the placement process, regardless of the time/date of their application. We will do our best to accommodate student preferences in our placement process.

Housing placements for new students who meet the priority deadline of May 1 will be posted to housing contracts by June 3. After June 3, Housing Services will post assignments for new students to their housing contracts prior to the start of their New Coug Orientation session.

Application Fees 

Housing and Residence Life is no longer requiring a security deposit to complete your 2022-2023 Residence Hall application. The $400 initial payment will be applied to your housing fees in the fall.  

Cancellation fees will be charged starting July 1, 2022.  

Apartment Applications

Single Student Apartment Applications and Family/Graduate Apartment Applications for the 2022-2023 academic year are now available.

For single student apartments, students can apply individually, and when they have a full group (one person per bedroom) they will move to the waitlist. Offers are made as space is available.

Roommate Alert

Students looking for a roommate for our Single Student Apartments or the Shared-Graduate Apartments can find a roommate through our Roommate Finder application. You can use this tool to help you find a roommate who shares your living preferences. Click the button to give it a try!

 Questions? 

If you’re having problems with your housing application or have questions, contact the Housing Reservations Office at 509-335-4577 or housing@wsu.edu  

Other WSU Campuses

If you will be attending a WSU site other than the Pullman campus, please contact your specific site for information about their housing options.