After Phi Delta Theta’s permanent suspension from campus last month, Washington University accepted black students’ bid for their former house on Upper Row for fall 2018.
Students who were not assigned a time slot for the first round of housing selection through Washington University’s Office of Residential Life will now go through a second round to be placed in housing March 19.
Residential Life changed the housing application and room selection process from a lottery-based system to a time slot system for the upcoming 2018-2019 application, which opens Jan. 29.
Washington University’s Office of Residential Life will unveil a new software system to be used during the housing assignment process during the next academic year.
Students who live in Residential Life housing no longer have to pay a fee in order to stay in the dorms over winter break.
A new luxury student housing complex—complete with a rooftop pool and a yoga studio—will open on the east end of the Delmar Loop just prior to the start of the fall 2017 semester.
The Office of Residential Life announced that three off-campus apartments previously offered by Washington University for student housing would not be available in the coming academic year via email on Friday.
Freshmen Kyle Jeter and Daniel Grossman prevailed Friday in contested elections for Congress of the South 40 speaker and director of finance, respectively.
Jeter narrowly edged out freshman Natty Bernstein, garnering 51.5 percent of the vote to Bernstein’s 47.6 percent.
While the Office of Residential Life says its decision to eliminate Round 3 of housing petitions by accepting both apartment and suite petitions during Round 2 has been initially successful, some students are still reporting displeasure with the housing process.
An online glitch on the housing selection website left students frustrated during the final round of housing on Friday when the webpage used to create petitions crashed.