Did you know that students who live on campus generally do better academically? There are many other advantages: living on campus gives you superior access to university resources such as academic buildings, recreational facilities, dining services and transportation, as well as a built-in social network. Current and prospective students alike can research housing options, read FAQs and even apply for housing online. Choose your appropriate student status from the menu on the left.Special NeedsIf you need a particular type of housing accommodation, submit special needs or disability documentation to the Center for Academic Support.New for 2012-13: Gender Neutral HousingGender neutral housing is an on-campus housing option that places no restriction on roommates' gender, meaning that you can live in the same room or suite with a person(s) of a different biological gender. We offer this alongside traditional housing to create an environment that acknowledges and respects the diversity of the JWU student body — while giving you more flexibility in finding a roommate who is truly compatible.
Residing in gender neutral housing is a personal choice; no student will be assigned to a gender neutral living situation without applying for that option. To apply for gender neutral housing students must answer “YES” to the gender neutral housing question in the special interest housing section of the online housing application at jwuLink.About Gender Neutral Housing (28K PDF)Gender Neutral Housing Policies (40K PDF)Common Questions about Gender Neutral Housing (29K PDF)