Community Living

Making WashU a New Home

Moving away from family, friends and community, even if it’s just down the street, is an adjustment. And each additional year away brings new opportunity and challenges. Feel confident in making WashU a home and keeping it a home all four years.

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Washington University students find unique ways to contribute to the campus community. From taking student leadership positions, to volunteering for a cause that moves them, our students help make the campus a more welcoming and vibrant place to be.

Sara Lerner

Sara Lerner

Sara has served students at WashU as a leader, a role model and a catalyst.

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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.

Conflict Resolution Facilitators

Conflict Resolution Facilitators (CRFs) will serve as a peer-to-peer resource for residents to when dealing with conflicts.

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.

Associated Departments