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Academic Break Housing Information

Learn more about Residential Life's winter break housing options.

Apartments North Cleaning Schedules

See cleaning services and schedules for Apartments North.

Apartments North Residential Community

Apartments North Residential Community is comprised of 15 off-campus residential properties.

Apartments North Staff

Meet the staff of the Apartments North Residential Community.

Apartments South Cleaning Schedules

See cleaning services and schedules for Apartments South.

Apartments South Residential Community

Apartments South Residential Community is comprised of four on-campus and nine off-campus residential properties in the Ames Place/Rosedale Heights neighborhood.

Apartments South Staff

Meet the staff of the Apartments South Residential Community.

Apply For Housing: Continuing Students

Learn the application process and explore some of the housing options for continuing students.

Apply for Housing: First-Year and Transfer Students

See the process to apply for WashU housing as a first-year or transfer student.

Brookings Residential College Staff

Meet the staff of the Robert S. Brookings Residential College.

Congress of the South 40

The Congress of the South 40 acts as the programming body for students living on the South 40.

Contact Residential Life

Contact Residential Life with any questions, comments or concerns.

Dardick and Nemerov Cleaning Schedules

See the cleaning schedules for Dardick and Nemerov Houses.

Faculty Associates

The Faculty Associate/Fellows Program, sponsored by the Office of Residential Life, is designed to provide opportunities for significant faculty-student interaction outside of the classroom setting.

Faculty Fellows

Faculty Fellows (FFs) are faculty members, and often, their families, who agree to live in Residential Colleges during the academic year.

Faculty Involvement in Residential Life

By participating in the program, both faculty and students gain a better understanding of the rich lives we lead outside of the classroom.