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Student housing

A variety of housing options are available at the UW. Offering traditional residence halls, the newest state-of-the-art facilities, apartment-style living and fraternity and sorority housing, there is something for everyone.


Living on campus is an out-of-class adventure with opportunities to explore who you are and what you value, develop meaningful relationships, and embark on a path of your own choosing. With on-campus housing, your life can be simplified: one-stop, one bill, one priority: you.

Whether you choose to live in a residence hall or an apartment-style building, both options provide students with shared kitchens, study rooms, furniture, and a full list of other benefits and amenities. Choose a Husky Home designed to support your needs!

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Graduate & professionals

Our apartments are the ideal option for graduate and professional students, singles, couples and families. Designed for busy students, they provide convenience, support and plenty of opportunities for community involvement.

Fraternities & sororities

For more than 100 years, fraternities and sororities have been housing UW students. Facilities accommodate from 15 to 116 members and offer numerous amenities, camaraderie and academic support. More than 1,000 freshmen a year find a home in one of our 50 houses.

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