See the following note from UW Housing and Food Services regarding graduate student on-campus housing options.
Congratulations on your acceptance to Graduate School or a Professional Program at the University of Washington!
There are so many things to think about, and one of those big decisions might be finding a place to live.
You could spend a lot of time on Craigslist searching for apartments OR you can take full advantage of your Husky experience and live in an apartment on the UW campus. Some of the benefits of campus living include:
* Individual contracts-no need to scramble looking for roommates
* Flexible payment plans for students with Financial Aid
* A variety of single rooms in two-, three-, four-, and six-bedroom (mini-studio apartments available
* Family housing and mixed-gender apartment options available
* Convenient access to classes
* One all-inclusive monthly bill-no additional cable, Ethernet or utility bills to pay
* Respect for your independence
* A UW student community that supports your academic success
* Safe environment protected by electronic keycard entry and UW Police
It’s easy! Just visit our website at www.hfs.washington.edu/grad
You can apply online in just 10 minutes and you’ll have plenty of time for the things that matter. Apply now!
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Demand is high and space is limited, so students are encouraged to apply early. Priority is given to families with limited financial resources. Please email email@example.com if you need any verification of enrollment to prove you are eligible.
On-campus housing options are offered through:
Housing and Food Services
301 Schmitz Hall, Box 355842
Office Hours: Mon–Fri, 8 am–5 pm
Campus housing options:
- Cedar Apartments - Cedar Apartments is located in our vibrant West Campus community. The open-center building design offers spaces to relax, study and socialize. Cedar offers spacious two– and four-bedroom apartments and studios, with fully-furnished kitchens and a shared bathroom for every two bedrooms.
- Commodore Duchess Apartments* — Unfurnished studio and one-bedroom apartments housing single and married/registered same-sex couples who are students at the UW. Most of the apartments have hardwood floors, and all have large windows and receive lovely natural light.
- Mercer Court Apartments - Opening in autumn 2013, Mercer Court offers a variety of apartments well-suited for students desiring a more private environment. Mercer Court’s units are spacious, with fully-equipped kitchens and private and semiprivate bathrooms. With easy access to the Burke-Gilman Trail, the University District’s Ave. and Seattle’s Metro Transit system, Mercer Court offers stunning views of Portage Bay and Lake Union.
- Nordheim Court - The award-winning Nordheim Court’s location allows you to bus, bike or walk to campus. Situated right next to the University Village and near the Burke-Gilman Trail, Nordheim Court provides easy access to dining, shopping and entertainment. Offering studio, two and four bedroom apartments.
- Radford Court* - Enjoy views of Magnuson Park and Lake Washington from a beautiful park-like setting lined with large shade trees. Apartments come in a variety of floor plans including one bedroom (some with loft spaces) and two or three bedrooms, in both flats and town houses. You can have roommates including non-UW roommates. Apartments are unfurnished.
- Stevens Court* - Located southwest of campus near the Burke-Gilman Trail, Stevens Court Apartments consist of 4– and 6-bedroom fully-furnished apartments for graduate students enrolled at UW-Seattle. Rooms are assigned for the full year, with no dining requirement.
- Blakeley Village and Laurel Village* — Two– and three-bedroom apartments for registered full-time students at the Seattle campus who are married or are registered same-sex domestic partners, with or without children.