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Housing Costs 2018-19

Residence Hall Housing

Rent for a room with two occupants are as follows:
Conard Hall$1,355 per person, per quarter
Foreman Hall$1,425 per person, per quarter
Sittner Hall$1,355 per person, per quarter
Meske Hall$1,355 per person, per quarter

When rooms are available, single occupancy is permitted at a rate of 150 percent of regular room rate.

Upon the student's departure, charges for delayed departure, an uncleaned or damaged room, or failure to return keys may be applied to the student's account.

(For complete listing of residence hall fines, please refer to the online Residential Life Handbook.)


Rooms in Hansen Hall are usually available for single occupancy only and the rent is $1,635 per quarter. Should double occupancy be approved, rent would be charged at the same rate as Foreman Hall for each occupant.


A $175 deposit is required to reserve a room in Hansen Hall. Upon their departure, a refund of up to $115 may be applied to the student's account. Charges for delayed departure, an uncleaned or damaged room, or failure to return keys are also applied to the student's account. Should a student not enroll, the entire deposit will be refunded.


All rooms are wired for connections to the campus computer network. Students are responsible for getting a network card needed to connect to the campus computer network. Network cards may be purchased through Information Services and can be used throughout a student's university stay.


Students will be charged for printing in the library and general purpose PC Labs. Each student will be given $10 credit (100 free pages) each quarter in case of technical problems with printing. After that, each page will cost 10¢. At the end of each quarter, the printing charges will be added to each students account.

University-Owned, Off-Campus Housing

Walla Walla University owns several studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom apartments. In addition, houses are available for families. Rent is charged in three-month increments. The first and last period's rent is prorated based on the check in and check out dates. The University requires a 30-day "move out" notice. Students not giving a 30-day notice may forfeit up to 30 days of rent.  Students not registered for the following quarter are required to vacate the residence the day after the end of the quarter or the day after graduation in June. Off-campus housing is available on a first-come, first-served basis during open application periods. Priority is given to students who have Disability support Services approval, or are married, or are 25 years of age or older, or who have children. For waitlist application dates and instructions, visit

Financial arrangements must be approved by Student Financial Services before a student may move into university housing. For more information about housing availability, students may contact the office of WWU Village Housing Office at (509) 527-2109. 

Housing Administration Fees

A Housing Administration Fee is required for all university-owned Village Housing units before the key is given to the student. This fee is non-refundable and is required anytime a student occupies a residence. The fee is charged separately to each student ($350 for a married couple or single occupancy of two bedroom apartment). 

Single Occupant:$175/ea
Married/Family Occupant: $350
Two Bedroom, Single Occupant: $350

The Housing Administration Fee covers administrative costs, basic carpet cleaning. Upon vacating, students are responsible for restoring the residence to the condition it was upon move in. If there are charges for additional cleaning or damage, items left, delayed departure, or failure to return keys, these charges will be added to the student's account after moving out.    

Pet Policy

Animals of any kind, except harmless fish in an aquarium (not to exceed 10-gallon capacity per residence) are prohibited.  Service and assistance animals are restricted to students who have received prior accommodations for such through Disability Support Services.  The presence of animals within university-owned housing poses serious health, safety, and maintenance concerns.  In addition to direct damage incurred by animals, many students have allergic reactions to various animals.

Last update on January 28, 2019