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Residence Life and Housing Services

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Residence Life and Housing Services

Address:
202 Lawrence Center
West Chester, PA 19382


Office Hours:
Monday to Friday 8:00am-4:30pm
Summer Hours (Mid-May thru Mid August) 8:00am-4:00pm


Phone: 610-436-3307 or 610-436-3306
Email: Housing@wcupa.edu
RESNET (in room computer access): 610-436-2660 or resnet@wcupa.edu


When contacting us, please provide the following information:

  • Student's Name
  • WCU ID
  • Return phone # and/or email address
  • Hall/Room Assignment
  • Brief synopsis of question or concern

Having this information can allow us to attempt to answer your question expeditiously.


About Us & Staff

Parents Information - Spring/Early Summer 2017

For Parent of Current Resident Students

Residence Hall End-of-Semester Closing

The North Campus traditional residence halls and South Campus Apartment Complex close for the semester on May 13, 2017, at 10:00 am.  All students must check-out 24 hours after their last final exam, or if their last exam is on Friday evening, by 10:00 am on Saturday.  Graduating seniors should plan to check out by 3:00 pm on the day of their Commencement ceremony.

It is necessary that all residents check out correctly.  Residents failing to return their key(s) will be charged fees ranging from $30.00-$100.00.  Students should follow their hall’s checkout procedures to avoid complications or billing. 

Residents are expected to read information sent via e-mail and distributed through their Resident Assistant to find out information about the checkout procedure.  Residents are responsible for following this information correctly.  The Resident Director/Graduate Hall Director will do a final inspection of each room after the residence hall closes.  Additional charges may be billed to one or both residents if damages are discovered during this inspection, even if they had not previously been noted by a Resident Assistant.

For more information about check-out procedures, please check our home page; closing information will be posted in the “Announcements” area in mid- to late- April. 

Housing for 2017-2018

Please see this link for information about the housing waitlist.  Our waitlist application process does not guarantee a student a space for 2017-2018.  We encourage students who wish to complete a waitlist application to also consider housing options off-campus. Waitlist applications are available in 202 Lawrence, and are not processed until the summer months. 

Any questions regarding this information should be directed to the Office of Residence Life and Housing Services at

housing@wcupa.edu

or 610-436-3306. Questions regarding Allegheny Hall, Brandywine Hall, Commonwealth Hall, University Hall, East Village Apartments or Village Apartments can be directed to the University Student Housing staff at

leasing@ushcommunities.org

or 610-430-4988.

Parents Information

For Parents of Incoming Resident Students for Fall 2017

All incoming freshmen who were admitted as on-campus residents and who have paid their $200 Admission deposit will be sent housing application instructions via their WCU e-mail usually two weeks after the Admission deposit has been paid.  Please ask your student to share the information in their “Housing Application Instructions” e-mail with you for more information. 

Students may request another resident student as a roommate.  Please refer to the student’s application materials for more information.  Instructions will be sent to residents of traditional halls in May. 

Transfer students who were admitted as on-campus residents will be contacted by University Student Housing, as all transfer student spaces are in our Affiliated communities.  Questions regarding transfer student housing can be directed to the University Student Housing staff at

leasing@ushcommunities.org

or 610-430-4988

Any questions regarding this information can be directed to the Office of Residence Life and Housing Services at

housing@wcupa.edu

 or 610-436-3306

For All Parents

Just a Reminder…

Encourage your student to register for the Campus E2 Emergency Alert system. Once they have created their E2 account, they can add a second phone number, such as a parent’s mobile phone.