The UW and HFS are committed to cultivating a safe and inclusive environment, where individuals feel respected and welcomed for who they are. The UW is in the process of implementing the option for students to express what pronouns they go by in their everyday lives.
In the meantime, please help our staff use the most respectful language by telling us what personal pronouns you would like for us to use when referring to you. For example, "she/her," "he/his," "they/their," etc.
Family Housing Eligibility
Disability-related Housing Accommodation
Special Dietary Needs
Our resident dining program is created to provide experiences of community, engagement and nutrition. Many of our residents have dietary restrictions or need specific food alternatives. These needs are respected and observed when we do our menu planning. If you have any challenges navigating our menu offerings, we are here to help. Please contact us to schedule a consultation.
Please note that having a special dietary need does not waive the dining account requirement for residence hall residents.
The UW has the discretion to reject your on-campus housing application or your housing agreement if any of the follow occur before or while you are living in on-campus housing:
You have been arrested for, convicted of, or found to have committed a sex offense.
You enter a deferred adjudication agreement relating to a sex offense.
You are placed under active supervision by any state, territory or foreign country relating to a sex offense.
You are required to register as a sex offender.
Should any of the above scenarios occur, you must notify us in writing.