Concerns include: need a place to live on campus, need assistance finding a place to live off campus
Residence Life and Housing Services
The Office of Residence Life and Housing Services, located in room 202 Lawrence Center, assists students in all aspects of their on-campus living experience. This includes supervision of the residence hall staff, oversight of university policies and procedures related to campus housing, and the oversight of the Traditional North Campus Residence Halls and the South Campus Apartment Complex.
University Student Housing, also known as USH Affiliated Housing, owns and operates four residence halls and two apartment communities on campus: Allegheny Hall, Brandywine Hall, Commonwealth Hall, University Hall, plus the Village Apartments and East Village Apartments, respectively. It is our mission to advance success for the University and its students through purpose-built student housing and a commitment to charitable giving.
Off Campus and Commuter Services (OCCS) ensures equitable access to co-curricular experiences, leadership opportunities, and institutional resources designed to assist off campus and commuter students regardless of place of residence.
The WCU Promise Program is a campus support program serving unaccompanied homeless and foster youth. The program helps support students with access to year-round housing on campus including over breaks, food and supplies from the Resource Pantry, priority employment opportunities, access to scholarship funds, monthly dinners that provide mentorship and a safe space to share successes and challenges, and more.