After choosing to attend Eastern, it's time to decide which hall you'll call home. You have seven halls to choose from, and each has its own personality. The newest hall opened fall 2013.
Living on campus is also the only way to have a true college experience, which is something you don't want to miss.
Like many other universities in the State of Washington, EWU requires freshmen to live on campus the first year. If you're under 21 and have attended college for less than one year after high school, you'll live on campus your first year at EWU. Learn more and apply for housing at the Housing and Residential Life website. (Exceptions available.)
Married students, single parents, and their dependent children and all graduate students can live on campus, too. Visit ewu.edu/apartments to learn more.
Dining Services has nine campus locations for food and beverage services. They serve over 50,000 muffins each year. They recycle tons of food and packaging. The only question: which location will become your favorite?
For more information visit the Dining Services website.
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