While we do affirm the WAU Dress Code, as delineated in the student handbook-in accordance with our commitment to the highest standards of communication and professionalism-this variation of our performance expectations is being swiftly addressed.
Should you have questions or concerns regarding our standards for Residence Life, we welcome the opportunity to hear from you at email@example.com. Please feel free to share this statement.
Adrienne D. Matthews, MS, CSDE
Interim Vice President for Student Life/Dean of Women
Washington Adventist University
Welcome to the Residence Life page at Washington Adventist University. Living in the residence hall is your life beyond the classroom. Not just a place to sleep but a community to study, eat, have fun and build lifelong friendships. Experience:
Our residence hall rooms are outfitted for two occupants with a bed, desk and chair, sink, and closet. The room provides hook up for cable TV and WiFi access. Every hall has common areas for meetings, group study, and recreation, as well as a communal kitchen, chapel, and laundry facilities. Morrison Hall provides on campus housing for male students and Halcyon Hall provides on campus housing for female students.