All students admitted to Washburn who plan to enroll full-time, are eligible to live in the university residence halls.
Click here to view the cost sheet for our different facilities: Cost Sheet
In order to live in the Washburn Village Apartments students must have completed a minimum of 24 post-high school college credit hours. We have many incoming first year students that have completed a number of college credits through a variety of programs during their high school career. We understand that academically students may begin their time at Washburn as Sophomores, but we have set this requirement in an effort to provide an environment where we can focus on students' first year experience and transitioning to a collegiate setting.
Housing applications for the Fall are typically available online beginning February 15th. We utilize a self-asigned room selection process that allows students to view open rooms in real time and select the space most suited for them. New students can expect the self-assign option to be available to them around the middle of April. Since it never hurts, we always suggest filling out your application and paying your deposit sooner rather than later.
There has been the occasion in which we have a wait list, but each year we have been able to place most, if not all, of the wait listed students by the second or third week of classes. The speed at which we can place students on the wait list is entirely dependent on how many contract cancellations we receive.
In order to cancel your contract, Residential Living needs written confirmation of your request to cancel your contract. We ask that you email your request firstname.lastname@example.org.
We do everything we can to meet the needs of all of our students. If you require a special accommodation we ask that you contact the Student Services office to submit your request. Once you have registered with them and submitted your request, they work with us to help provide you with an option that will meet your needs. You can contact them by:
Each of our facilities has its own set of benefits for students living on campus. We suggest that you explore the different housing options to see which facility best meets your needs.