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Campus Tour with Admission Information Session

Offered most mondays-thursdays and select fridays, campus tours with information sessions include: .

  • A 60-minute walking tour of Western's campus led by a Student Admissions Representative.
  • A 30-minute Admission Information Session. 
  • Viewing of a residence hall room.

Campus Tours (without Information Session)

Offered saturdays and select weekdays, campus tours include: .

  • A 90-minute walking tour of Western's campus led by a Student Admissions Representative, which includes admission information.

Group & Other Visit Options

Interested in a specific major  .

Contact the relevant academic department  or office at least two weeks prior to your visit to make arrangements (academic department visits are subject to availability).

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Welcome to Western

You have successfully completed the first and biggest step to becoming a Western Washington University student. Congratulations on your admission, and welcome to the Western family!

Campus Tours

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In Person Campus Tours

You're invited to take a tour of Western's beautiful campus! Let our WWU student tour guides lead you and a small group through Western's tree-lined paths.

Sign Up to Visit

Virtual Tours

Sign up for a 60-minute student-led tour of campus, or a 90-minute event that includes a tour and an information session (hosted by an Admissions Counselor). Our student hosts will guide you through campus and answer your questions.

Take a Hosted Virtual Tour

Take the Self-Guided Virtual Tour

Housing Tour

Explore our Residence Halls! In the recorded tour, our students share their experiences living on campus, and will guide you around the different residential communities. You can also explore the buildings through the Residence Halls interactive gallery.

Watch our YouTube Tours

Let our students lead you on a short tour of campus and the beautiful area we call home.

One-on-one connections

Connect with an admissions counselor, mon–fri, 9 a.m.–2:45 p.m..

Schedule a 30-minute video chat with an Admissions Counselor to get your specific questions answered.

One-on-one Student Connection

Want to get a student's perspective on a certain major or ask them about what it's like in Bellingham? Tell us what you're interested in and we'll connect you with a Western student who can answer your specific questions.

Have Questions?

Find Your Counselor

Submit a Question

Request Info

Call: 360-650-3440 Text: 360-966-8155 Email:  [email protected]

We're available Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Pacific Time).

Western's Honors College

Meet with the Honors College team! Honors College classes allow students to complete General University Requirements in an Honors setting, which means small classes and sought-after professors. Honors College courses focus on writing, discussion and problem-solving. If you value curiosity and self-discovery, learn more and apply today!

Speak to a Financial Aid Counselor

The Financial Aid Services Center is here to answer your questions between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. every business day.

Email Financial Aid

Disability Access Center (DAC)

Meet with an accommodation counselor to learn about services for students with disabilities or how to transition accommodations from previous schools.

LGBTQ+ Director

Learn about resources to support LGBTQ+ students at Western during a 20-minute, one-on-one video appointment with our LGBTQ+ Director. 

Woodring College of Education

Schedule an appointment with the Woodring College of Education.

Pre-Healthcare

Pre-Healthcare Advisors are available for online drop-in advising during Advising and Registration in the Summer.

Get Updates, Tips, and Reminders

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Follow @wwubound on Instagram for updates, tips, reminders, and events.

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Get a more curated view of campus buildings, people and events @westernwashingtonuniversity .

Ask a Student on Snapchat

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Keep up with important dates and announcements and get your questions answered by current students on Snapchat .

Experience Western Washington University

Virtually explore Western Washington University in a fully immersive 360-degree experience.

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Departments and/or Offices

Accessibility.

  • Button activated entrances are located on the south side of the building as well as on the west side under the grand stairway (south side for University Residences offices, west side for residence hall area)
  • Only the first floor is accessible
  • Accessible restrooms are located on the first floor
  • Accessible parking to the north

Gender Neutral Restrooms

Parking information.

  • Accessible parking to the north.
  • General parking to the north (Lot 3R).
  • Transportation Office
  • Visitor Parking (daytime)
  • Evening & Weekend Visitor Parking (after hours)
  • Permit Parking
  • Residence Facilities & Parking

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MyHousing Login

Wwu universal account (sso) login.

Students who have full access to their WWU email : SSO login requires you first set your password for your universal login. If you have not set your password yet, or you do not remember your universal login, you can set your password and lookup your login here .

WWU Universal Login

Temporary Portal Login

If you do not have access to your WWU email yet, you will need to create a Temporary Portal Login.

Temporary Portal Login

Off Campus Living

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WWU OFF CAMPUS LIVING

Living off-campus introduces plenty of new choices and new responsibilities. Off Campus Living is here to help you learn about the basics of renting, your rights & responsibilities as a tenant, and accessing basic needs. We also point you to important links on safety, commuting, and getting to know the Bellingham area. This website is intended to give you an overview of what you can expect—and what is expected of you—as an official Bellingham resident ….. Basically, we’re all you need to know about adulting.

Upcoming Events

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Roommate Speed Date

Thursday, August 1st | 3:30-5:00pm | Virtual

Join us and meet other Western students looking for a roommate or roommates for next Fall!

Register here!

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Bellingham Rental Hunting

Monday August 5th | 3:30-5pm | Virtual

The rental market in Bellingham can be tough but we are here to help! Get tips, insider info and ask us your questions about finding and securing housing in Bellingham.

Off Campus Housing Marketplace

Looking for an apartment, room in a house, roommates, or subleases?

Click here for listings!

Take the Ready, Set… Rent! Crash Course

Take this 30 minute course on CANVAS now! You can learn all you need to know about signing a lease, your rights and responsibilities as a renter, and how to find a safe and comfortable place to live. 30 minutes now will save you time, money and friendships in the future!

Want to learn more about renting and renter’s rights? Check out one of these webinars from Solid Ground!

Get Rid of Your Furniture!

Moving and need to get rid of your furniture? No problem, the folks with WWU Furniture Fest can come and pick it up and will redistribute what they collect to students in the fall. Check out their website for more details!

Landlord Rating Survey

Off Campus Living has launched the 2023 Landlord Rating Survey! If you find an email from us in your mailbox asking you to rate your landlord, do your fellow Viks a favor and complete our survey! Find out what your fellow Vikings said about their landlords last year!

Past Events

Missed some of our events? No problem! Check out the event recordings.

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Orientation Checklist

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Chart Your Course through Orientation to Western by following this new student checklist to help you prepare. The Orientation Checklist is organized as a general timeline and identifies required and recommended tasks to complete or review prior to your first quarter. While some specific deadlines and dates may change quarter-by-quarter, the flow of the checklist will provide a common roadmap as you plan for your first quarter no matter what quarter you begin in the academic year. 

Additionally, check out the Community Resources webpage for links to campus event calendars, student connection hubs, and student resource offices to learn more about student clubs, organizations, on-going events, and student life at Western. 

New Student Orientation Checklist

Getting started.

In order to register for classes, you must set your new Universal Account Password in advance. Please visit the  Set Your Universal Account Password instructions  for more information. Please keep track of your username and password, and have this information with you for your Advising & Registration session. If you need assistance, are unsure how to navigate the set-up process, or if you have forgotten your password, contact  Academic Technology User Services Help Desk (ATUS)  at  (360)650-3333 .

Western students are required to provide proof of measles immunity.  To meet this requirement, enter the dates of the two doses of measles vaccine (typically MMR) received OR the date of a measles (rubeola IgG) titer blood test result showing measles immunity in your  MyWesternHealth  patient portal. 

Follow these important steps:

  • Log in to  MyWesternHealth with your WWU email and password.
  • Click “Medical Clearances” in the menu column on the left. 
  • Locate “Measles” and click the green “Update” button next to it. 
  • Enter in your  two  individual measles vaccine dates OR the date of your measles (rubeola IgG) titer blood test result.
  • Locate “Immunization Records” in the Medical Clearances section and click the green “Update” button next to it.
  • Upload your supporting documentation (immunization records, rubeola titer result, and/or health care provider verification forms).

Please refer to the  Measles Requirement  on the Student Health Center website for more information. Contact the  Student Health Center  at  (360) 650-3400  or  [email protected]  for additional assistance.

If your personal email address on file with Admissions is linked to your high school or other institutional account (for example: [email protected]), please be aware you may not receive important orientation-related information. Many high school-based email accounts or accounts affiliated with previous colleges often become inactive soon after you graduate or leave that institution. Because they become inactive, important messaging about your Advising & Registration (A&R) Session may not be received and will bounce back. 

To ensure you don't miss your A&R Session messaging, please provide an updated personal email address (like Gmail, Yahoo, etc.) with the Office of Admissions to be able to receive important Western communications about Orientation and Advising & Registration Sessions. 

You are able to change your email address yourself in your Student Portal . After you log in, below the header on the right side, is a link to "Change Email Address." Both applicants without a decision and decided admits can change their email address by clicking on that link in the student portal. 

Recognizing the expanding reliance on electronic communication, WWU has determined that email will be one of the University’s official means of communication.  Email correspondence will be sent to students’ WWU email addresses, so be sure to review your WWU email account for future important announcements .

Students can access their WWU email by navigating to  myWestern , selecting Email, and logging in with their Universal login. 

See University Academic Policies on  E-Mail as Official Means of Communication .

Special Note: When the Student Health Center  sends messages to new students, you will receive an email notification in your WWU Email account, however you will need to log in to your MyWesternHealth patient portal to read the messages received.

  • Off Campus:  Students who live off campus instead of a residence hall are introduced to plenty of new choices and, along with those choices, new responsibilities. For more information, visit the  Off Campus Living  website.
  • On Campus:  For more information about Western’s On-Campus Housing, visit the  On-Campus Housing  website.

Students can log into the  Student Portal  to keep track of the status of measles clearance, the receipt of final transcripts, and Advising & Registration session reservations. Visit the  Welcome New Students page  for more information about making a reservation for an Advising & Registration session.

Contact the  Disability Access Center   (DAC)  to apply for services and learn more about accommodations support and resources at Western. Visit the DAC  website to learn more about an Overview of the DAC Process  and Documentation Guidelines , or contact the DAC directly by emailing the office at  [email protected] , or calling 360-650-3083.

The Viking Resource Hub  can be used like a campus directory to help you connect with campus services and resources by searching under their function rather than an unfamiliar department name. Not finding what you need? Please contact the NSSFO office for assistance via phone 360-650-3846 or email [email protected]

Prior to Your Advising & Registration Session

Once you have confirmed your enrollment at WWU and Advising & Registration reservations have opened, you can sign up for your Advising & Registration session. Advising & Registration sessions are  required  for incoming First-Year and Running Start students and  strongly  recommended for incoming Transfer students. Post-Baccalaureate students, please refer to the pages below for advising options.  

Fall Quarter   Winter Quarter   Spring Quarter   Summer Quarter  

Complete the  Virtual Advisor online Canvas course : This course will introduce you to key Advising & Registration resources and tools.  You are required to spend time reviewing the videos and modules in this course before attending your A&R session.  Plan to spend 1-2 hours going through the modules and plan 2 possible schedules in advance of your A&R session. The Virtual Advisor course is accessible at least 3-4 weeks before the first A&R session of any quarter.

The  ALEKS Math Placement Assessment (MPA)  is an online, adaptive assessment and learning system to determine math placement.  Most students who plan to register for a Math course at Western must first take the MPA, and the MPA also serves as a prerequisite for some courses in other departments . As such, you may need to complete the practice MPA #1 and the proctored MPA #2 prior to attending your Advising & Registration session.

Important information about the ALEKS MPA is on the  Testing Center's website , including  exceptions to the MPA  and FAQs.  You can also review the Academic Advising & Student Achievement Center’s Do I need to take the Math Placement Assessment? Tool .

To learn how the ALEKS MPA works,  watch this 2-minute video .

For questions about whether or not you need to take the ALEKS MPA , please contact the  Math Department  at  (360) 650-3785  or The Academic Advising & Student Achievement Center (AASAC) at  (360) 650-3100 .

For technical questions or to report navigational issues with the online ALEKS program , please contact the  Testing Center  at  (360) 650-3080 .

  • The Spanish Placement Test is required for all students who wish to study a Spanish course at Western.  Exception: Students who want direct placement into 101 (beginning level of Spanish) are not required to take the test. Students may register for 101 directly. Placement into 102 and higher require completion of placement test.  
  • The Japanese Placement Test is available for students who wish to test into JAPN 201 or 301. Students who do not have experience with the Japanese language do not need to take the placement test and should enroll in JAPN 101, which is offered Fall Quarter only.
  • The MIS 220 Equivalency Exam is an optional test for students who have intermediate-level Excel skills and feel they already have knowledge from the MIS 220 course. If you do not plan on majoring or minoring in Business, you do not need to take the exam. The MIS 220 course is a prerequisite for several 300 level classes at CBE and is useful in other classes.

Transfer students : Please visit the Admissions website -  Transfer Credit Policies  to learn more about transferable credits, Transfer Credit policies, using the Transfer Course Equivalency Guide, and information about  AP, IB and Cambridge International credit .

First-Year (Freshmen), Running Start, and College in the High School students : All students who enter Western directly after graduating from high school are considered first-year students for admission purposes even if they earned college credit while in high school. First-Year/Running Start students should visit the  College Credit  page for more information about submitting transcripts, Transfer Credit policies, and information about  AP, IB and Cambridge International credit .

The  Admissions Office  is your contact for questions regarding the status of transfer credits. You can contact Admissions at  [email protected]  or call  (360)650-3440 and connect to a counselor.

New students are encouraged to contact academic departments any time with major-specific questions. To explore all 200+ academic programs at Western, visit the  Explore Majors page . For a complete list of majors, minors, and graduate degrees, please see the  University Catalog.  

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Explore Fall Quarter First-year Academic Programs

Early start: viking launch.

A program that brings students on campus a week before fall term, with early move-in and a head start on academic success in a credit-bearing course.

First-year Interest Groups (FIGs)

In their first quarter, new students can enroll in a seminar course with a small group of students that is linked to one or two other courses in the general education curriculum.

New Student Experience Seminars

Stand-alone courses which are limited to enrollment to 25 students that change quarterly and are designed to enhance your experience as a first-year or transfer student.

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Explore Additional Fall Quarter Early Arrival Programs

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Western Outdoor Orientation Trips support, enhance, and ease the transition to Western for first-year students through outdoor adventure.

Marine Science Distinguished Scholars

Western’s Marine Science Distinguished Scholars Program is a selective, small group experience for incoming first-years. The program is planned and organized by faculty from Western’s Marine and Coastal Science Program and the Shannon Point Marine Center.

Prior to Your First Quarter

The Western Card is the ID, access, and transaction card for Western Washington University, providing students with access to a wide variety of services, including dining, library, the Rec. Center, Student Bus Pass, and ATUS Equipment Check-out services. Go to the Western Card website to upload your ID photo and they will create your card.

For new Fall Quarter students: All cards ordered before September 1 will be mailed to the Student address listed in Web4U. All cards ordered after September 1 will be held for pick up when you arrive on campus.

Please email  [email protected]  if you have any questions regarding obtaining a Western Card. 

Explore virtual campus tours on our homepage. For more information about in person tours for admitted students, visit the Admissions Office's website .

Student Business Office 

The Student Business Office is responsible for the financial administration of all student billing related to tuition and fees, room and board, and for the processing of refunds as well as providing support and advice to students to aid in understanding their student account with the University. Students can also add parents/family members as payers to their student account after giving proper access.  Explore the SBO's "How-To Videos" for more information.

Review the SBO’s website to complete your “Checklist 4 Success," access your Western Account Online, and track important dates related to tuition and fee payments. For more information on payments,  visit the SBO's "When, Where and How to Pay" page . Still have questions? Access the SBO’s Virtual Schedule (toward the bottom of their home page) to schedule a virtual meeting! 

Student Business Office : Old Main 110, [email protected], or (360)650-2865. 

Registrar's Office 

The Registrar’s Office also lists Important Dates & Deadlines each quarter that note due dates for Tuition & Fees, Housing & Meal Plans, adding/dropping classes, due dates, late payment deadlines, and more. 

Registrar’s Office : Old Main 230, [email protected], or (360)650-7327. 

Transportation Services  provides resources to help you travel around Bellingham and beyond. Check out their video library  for an overview of transportation and parking at WWU. As a student, your Western Card also serves as a WTA bus pass and provides unlimited rides on all WTA bus routes. You can also explore  Regional Transportation Options  on the Transportation Services website for more information about getting to and from Bellingham.

Financial Aid

The Financial Aid Office provides information about grants, loans, Work Study, scholarships, on and off campus employment opportunities, and personal finance. 

Financial Aid Services Center : Old Main 265,  [email protected] , or  (360)650-3470 . 

Scholarship Center : Old Main 285,  [email protected] , or  (360)650-3471 . 

Student Employment Center : Old Main 245,  [email protected] , or  (360)650-3158 . 

Review Important Dates & Deadlines on the Registrar's Office website, including information about final exams, breaks, and holidays. 

During Your First Quarter

Western Washington University is committed to creating a campus culture of compassion, well-being, equity, and social justice, and improving the health of all our community members. One way our school commits to these values is by providing students with the Voices for Change training to build the skills and knowledge that create healthy communities, prevent violence and hazing, and help ensure a safe campus environment for everyone. 

New students will receive an email to their WWU email address from [email protected] with information about the Voices for Change training no later than the first week of the quarter.  Visit the Voices for Change website for details about the training and how to access it. 

The Career Services Center (CSC) can help you prepare for a job or internship search, interviewing, resume and cover letter writing, and connect you to employment opportunities through career fairs and networking events.

You can activate your account on Handshake , Western's job and internship platform.

Visit the Career Closet  to find FREE business attire.

Drop-in for a FREE LinkedIn Photo  for your profile.

Stay connected with CSC Events and Career Fairs .

Schedule  individual appointments  with a career counselor or advisor. 

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Apartments for rent in western washington university, wa.

Apartments for rent in Western Washington University, Washington have a median rental price of $2,550. There are 269 active apartments for rent in Western Washington University, which spend an average of 32 days on the market. Some of the nearby neighborhoods near Western Washington University are Puget , South Hill , Sehome , and Roosevelt . You may also be interested in apartments that are for rent in the nearby ZIP codes of 98229 , 98226 , or in neighboring cities, such as Ferndale , Blaine , Mount Vernon , or Anacortes .

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    Tribal Lands Statement. Western Washington University's main campus is situated on the ancestral homelands of the Coast Salish Peoples, who have lived in the Salish Sea basin, all throughout the San Juan Islands and the North Cascades watershed from time immemorial.We express our deepest respect and gratitude to our Indigenous neighbors, for their enduring care and protection of our shared ...

  2. In-Person and Virtual Visit Options

    In-Person Campus Tours. Take a tour of Western's beautiful campus! Let our student tour guides lead you and a small group on a 60-minute campus tour. They will give you the inside scoop on everything Western and answer your questions as you explore. There's also a 30-minute admission information session included in the tour.

  3. Explore the Buildings

    Explore the Buildings. The residence halls on Western's campus consist of eight residential communities spread across three residential neighborhoods. Select a building below to visit its community page. Learn about Disability Accommodations. North Campus. The Ridge. South Campus.

  4. Campus Tours

    A 90-minute walking tour of Western's campus led by a Student Admissions Representative, which includes admission information. Viewing of a residence hall room. ... Western Washington University's main campus is situated on the ancestral homelands of the Coast Salish Peoples, who have lived in the Salish Sea basin, all throughout the San Juan ...

  5. Housing Tour

    Tribal Lands Statement. Western Washington University's main campus is situated on the ancestral homelands of the Coast Salish Peoples, who have lived in the Salish Sea basin, all throughout the San Juan Islands and the North Cascades watershed from time immemorial.We express our deepest respect and gratitude to our Indigenous neighbors, for their enduring care and protection of our shared ...

  6. South Campus Photo Tour

    Video featuring a virtual "tour" of Buchanan Towers East. Room Layout Suite Features. 3 ... (360) 650-6565 | [email protected]. University Residences on Facebook; ... Tribal Lands Statement. Western Washington University's main campus is situated on the ancestral homelands of the Coast Salish Peoples, who have lived in the Salish Sea basin, all ...

  7. Housing and Dining at WWU

    At Western Washington University, on-campus housing reflects the spirit of our campus community. 30% percent of all undergraduates choose to live on campus, where they enjoy a dynamic and close-knit atmosphere. While new Western students receive housing priority, University Residences also houses returning students as space allows.

  8. WWU (Virtual) Housing Tour

    You don't have to live on campus at WWU, but you can join current Western students for a dorm tour to learn why over 90% of first year students choose to any...

  9. Admitted Student Events and Connections

    Housing Tour. Explore our Residence Halls! In the recorded tour, our students share their experiences living on campus, and will guide you around the different residential communities. ... Western Washington University's main campus is situated on the ancestral homelands of the Coast Salish Peoples, who have lived in the Salish Sea basin, all ...

  10. Student Experience

    Cultivate community and make the most of your WWU experience in student clubs and organizations, during research projects and rowdy game days, and through study abroad programs. Visit us to see for yourself how every moment at Western Washington University is an opportunity to achieve academic excellence and pursue personal growth.

  11. Experience Western Washington University in Virtual Reality.

    Open the accessible version of Western Washington University's virtual experience. Experience Western Washington University. Virtually explore Western Washington University in a fully immersive 360-degree experience. Aria doesn't work without JavaScript.

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    Housing Tour Have questions about Orientation? Please contact the New Student Services/Family Outreach office at 360-650-3846 or email [email protected] for more information.

  13. Future Students

    Tribal Lands Statement. Western Washington University's main campus is situated on the ancestral homelands of the Coast Salish Peoples, who have lived in the Salish Sea basin, all throughout the San Juan Islands and the North Cascades watershed from time immemorial.We express our deepest respect and gratitude to our Indigenous neighbors, for their enduring care and protection of our shared ...

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    Tribal Lands Statement. Western Washington University's main campus is situated on the ancestral homelands of the Coast Salish Peoples, who have lived in the Salish Sea basin, all throughout the San Juan Islands and the North Cascades watershed from time immemorial.We express our deepest respect and gratitude to our Indigenous neighbors, for their enduring care and protection of our shared ...

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    WWU's MyHousing student portal allows current and prospective student to apply for and manage on-campus housing.

  16. WWU Off Campus Living

    Living off-campus introduces plenty of new choices and new responsibilities. Off Campus Living is here to help you learn about the basics of renting, your rights & responsibilities as a tenant, and creating community. We also point you to important links on safety, commuting, and getting to know the Bellingham area. This website is intended to give you an overview of what you can expect—and ...

  17. On Campus Housing Move-in Experience Q&A

    Tribal Lands Statement. Western Washington University's main campus is situated on the ancestral homelands of the Coast Salish Peoples, who have lived in the Salish Sea basin, all throughout the San Juan Islands and the North Cascades watershed from time immemorial.We express our deepest respect and gratitude to our Indigenous neighbors, for their enduring care and protection of our shared ...

  18. Guest Housing

    How to Apply. Email [email protected] or call 360-650-3537. Please plan to make and confirm your reservation at least seven days prior to your stay. Please let us know: What dates you would like to stay. How many people are staying. What type of accommodations interest you.

  19. Orientation Checklist

    On Campus: For more information about Western's On-Campus Housing, visit the On-Campus Housing website. ... The Western Card is the ID, access, and transaction card for Western Washington University, providing students with access to a wide variety of services, including dining, library, the Rec. Center, Student Bus Pass, and ATUS Equipment ...

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    Western Washington University's main campus is situated on the ancestral homelands of the Coast Salish Peoples, who have lived in the Salish Sea basin, all throughout the San Juan Islands and the North Cascades watershed from time immemorial. We express our deepest respect and gratitude to our Indigenous neighbors, for their enduring care and ...

  21. Apartments for Rent near Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA

    Managed by Grandview Property Management. For Rent - Apartment. $1,695 - $2,695. Studio - 2 bed. 1 - 2 bath. 500 - 972 sqft. Cats OK. Park Place Apartments. 3928 Northwest Ave, Bellingham, WA 98226.

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    Western maintains over a million square feet of housing. and dining space on its 215-acre campus. Fifteen residence. halls and one apartment complex are home to over 4,000 students. All of our living communities have Wi-Fi and. cable/streaming TV service, laundry facilities, community kitchens and computer labs.