Living Learning Communities
Living Learning Communities are themed based communities that intentionally place students into a community where living, learning, and leading is dynamic and constant. The Living Learning Community is experienced through programs and activities planned by RAs, Faculty, and particularly, residents on these floors. This experience is Residential Life’s opportunity to continue to provide intentional support and programming more tailored to you and your interest.
Residential Life and the University owns and operates nine University facilities that fraternities have been granted the privilege of occupying located near the Athletic Complex and the Village Green on the Danforth Campus. One additional fraternity makes up the group of 11 Washington University IFC fraternity chapters, occupying an off-campus non-University owned house.
Gender Inclusive Housing
Gender Inclusive Housing (Gender Queer/Gender Nonconforming) refers to individual rooms or suites where the gender of the roommates is not taken into consideration when the room is assigned through the assignment process. While this is intended to support students who identify as LGBTQIA, this is available to all students who feel they would be more comfortable in a gender inclusive room/suite or feel they could provide a safe and inclusive space for another student regardless of gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, or any other factor.
All gender identities can be present on the floors and within the buildings. A Co-Ed assignment would only house students of one gender identity within the suite or bedroom whereas the Gender Inclusive assignment can accommodate any gender identity.
It is important to note, that if either roommate moves out at any point, the space is now available for Res Life to assign as needed. Should the remaining roommate wish to change their participation in gender inclusive housing, it must be changed via the WashU Housing Portal. If the remaining roommate desires to stay in gender inclusive housing, no further action is needed.
Our assignments team wants students to feel safe and comfortable. We have found it helpful to offer residents the ability to choose the gender identity of the person they would like to live with. Instead of assigning you a roommate who may or may not identify in the same way that you do, we give you the opportunity to tell us the gender identity of the roommate(s) you would like to live with. Every effort will be made to accommodate your request; however, roommates may or may not hold the same gender identity as you.