Yes. The housing policy includes all freshmen and sophomores under the age of 21, all first and second year students under the age of 21 as well as students still within two years of high school graduation who are under the age of 21. If this is your first year, and you are under the age of 21 you are still required to live-on campus for another year.
The housing policy applies for students who turn the age of 21 after the start date of the term. For fall quarter, if your birthdate falls after September 25th you are required to live-on campus for another year.
Keep in mind exemptions are limited and require supporting documentation. Returning students applying for an exemption to the residential requirement are required to submit a request by May 1st, late requests are not accepted.
Students commuting from home must live with the family member in their primary place of residence (approx. 20 miles or less from campus, please see map with approved commutable areas). “Family” is defined as a parent, aunt, uncle, grandparent, spouse, or children. “Primary place of residence” is defined as a person’s true, fixed, and permanent home and place of habitation, to the exclusion of all others. It is the place where the person intends to remain permanently. Also keep in mind that students applying to live with family must submit the following documents (by May 1st for returning students, or August 1st for new students):
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The Douglas Apartments are reserved for juniors/seniors and students who are over 21. The Douglas offers one, two, four, and five bedroom options. You can sign-up with roommates or just reserve your own bedroom. Sign-ups will be through the leasing office.
Contact the Douglas Apartments at 206.860.3024
If you already have a roommate picked out, the best way to sign-up is by creating a roommate group. If you don’t have a roommate picked out, make sure you accurately answer the housing profile questions; you may also search for a roommate by these questions when you are selecting a room.
If the group has been properly created the group leader will be able to assign each member to a bed space within the unit of choice.
If you have not completed your two year live-on requirement, you will need to select a place to live in on-campus housing. Because there is not an infinite amount spaces in housing, before move-in, you can submit a Room Re-Assignment form to request a specific building, floor, or room type, these requests are honored on a first-come, first-serve basis where space is available.
Housing and Residence LifeCampion Hall 100901 12th AvenueSeattle, WA 98122-1090
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