Students will experience the beauty of the Pacific Northwest by spending a lot of time outside during their excursions. Students will explore Seattle through a city tour including an underground tour, browse and shop at Pike Place Market, the Seattle Space Needle, see the first Starbucks, a ferry tour, and more.
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No, linens are provided. The linen pack includes 1 pillow, 1 pillowcase, 1 blanket, 1 flat sheet, 1 fitted sheet, 2 towels, 1 washcloth, soap, bed pad, and a comforter/fleece blanket. Students may pack their own bedding or towels if they have specific preferences or favorite items from home that would make them more comfortable.
No, the residence halls do not have air conditioning on campus. Although it will be late July, summers in Seattle are generally mild compared to many other parts of the United States, with average high temperatures ranging from the mid-60s to the low 70s. A fan will be provided for each room.
Yes, laundry is free and available to students and will be accessible in one of the dorm facilities.
Students will be having a majority of their meals in Center Table, the dining hall located on North campus. Center Table offers different food stations and is accommodating to various dietary needs including vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free. The dining hall is not technically Kosher as there isn’t an official rabbi on campus, but it … Continued
Yes, all dorms are equipped with free wifi that students will have access to with their personal email address.
Students will be residing in a residence hall on the University of Washington’s North campus. The exact residence hall will be determined in April 2024. All of the residence halls are newly renovated and are double styles with an en-suite bathroom. Rooms are separated by gender and halls include lounges, kitchenettes, and general common areas.