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Residential Life

 

Welcome to Residential Life!

 

CURRENT STUDENT NEWS:

The end of the semester is coming quickly!  Here are some important dates to remember

May 4th—-Quiet Hours Begin

May 5th—-Reading Day

May 8th-May 12th—-Finals  (students are required to move out 24 hours after their last final

May 13th—-  Buildings CLOSE at noon.

 

Closing Reminders & Tips

1 week prior to closing

  • 24 hour quiet hours begin Thursday May 4th
  • Attend your floor closing meetings
  • Start to clean your room

Week of closing (finals week)

  • Sign up with your RA for a check out time
  • Clean your room-don’t wait until the last minute
  • Check your emails from Res Life

Your Move-out Day
(no later than 24 hours after your last final or May 13th)

  • Be quiet, many students are still working on on papers or studying
  • Drop donations off in your lobby or basement
    (unopened food, clothes, anything)
  • Load your car
  • Final sweep/wipe down of your room
  • Keep your check out time and
    meet with your RA.
2017-2018 Room Assignment Process

Current students participate in a room selection process, starting on April 18, 2017. Current students must begin that process by filling out the housing preference information. Students can enter the housing portal via Web Advisor. Under the Residential Life section, click on Housing and Meals Application Information. 

New students will also be filling out the housing preference information accessed via Web Advisor.  However, new students are assigned by staff. Incoming students can request a specific person to be their roommate. Both students must have their housing preference form completed in order to pick each other.

In the same site, all students can select their dining plan at this time as well sign the housing contract online. A signed housing contract is required.

Now is a good time to get familiar with the behavioral responsibilities of all Washington College students by reading the Student Handbook. Exercising the privilege of residential living means being aware and accountable for the “rules of the road.”

As always our office is here to help. If you have any questions, please e-mail residential_life@washcoll.edu

Sincerely,

Ursula Herz, Director of Residential Life and Associate Dean of Students

David Stuebing,  Assistant Director of Residential Life

Amy Sine, Assistant Director of Residential Life