Eastern Washington University is a vibrant community with engaged faculty and staff, and active student clubs and organizations.
After choosing to attend Eastern, one of the most important decisions you'll make is where you will live. Will it be Spokane or Cheney? On or off campus? Residence hall or apartment? You'll consider cost, convenience, commute time, study demands, employment opportunities and social life. With accommodations for more than 2,000 students, lots of recreational choices, and a network of support, you're likely to find that living on campus offers you all you need to have the real college experience you hope for.
The bottom line is that students who live on campus for one full year are more likely to feel connected, stay in school and persist to graduation. Take a moment to consider what you want your college experience to be, and how living on campus your first year might help you achieve that. Welcome to Life at EWU!
Support your COMMITMENT to college! Live on campus for the COMPLETE experience!
For more information: please visit the Residential Life website.
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