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Residence Hall

Residence Life Summer Hours

Monday - Thursday: 8am to 5pm
Fridays: Closed (w/occasional limited availability)

Contact Info:
Phone: 509-682-6706

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Located on Fifth Street across from the Wenatchee campus, the WVC Residence Hall is within walking distance of grocery stores, shopping areas, and downtown Wenatchee.
The city bus stop is located directly in front of the Residence Hall. 

Housing Applications for summer 2022, and for the 2022-2023 school year are available now!


The New Resident Housing Application & Contract should be used for all students who would like to live in student housing for the 2022-2023 school year, who are not currently living there now.

New Resident
Housing Application & Contract

The Current Resident Housing Application & Contract Renewal is for current residents that would like to continue living in the Residence Hall for the 2022-2023 school year.

Current Resident
Housing Application & Contract

The Housing Contract Summer Extension Request is for current residents that would like to remain in the Residence Hall through the summer quarter, or for new applicants that would like to include summer housing in their contract.

Housing Contract
Summer Extension Request


How is the Residence Hall dealing with COVID-19 

  • The Residence Hall is open at 100% capacity
  • All rooms are dual-occupancy (2-persons to a room)
  • Complete COVID-19 vaccination is required
    • Any of the 3 approved vaccines are accepted (Moderna, Pfizer, or Johnson & Johnson).
      • Both Moderna and Pfizer require 2 doses to be considered complete.
  • Residents are required to indicate their COVID-19 vaccination status on the housing application.
    • Verification of complete vaccination is verified by showing the vaccine card at check-in.
    • WVC does not make or keep copies of the vaccine card
  • Students with medical or religious exemption may still be permitted to live in the Residence Hall, but should note the following:
    • It is a shared, enclosed space that would likely pose a high risk for non-vaccinated residents, especially those with an underlying medical condition that prevents them from vaccination from COVID-19.
  • We are unable to provide private living spaces.
    • The kitchen and lounge are shared by all residents of a floor.
    • Bedrooms are in a "pod" style with 3 rooms sharing a bathroom and coin-operated laundry.

All residents are responsible for monitoring their student email and/or Canvas accounts for notifications regarding changing processes and procedures pertaining to COVID-19.

Guidelines and requirements are dependent on the perceived risks at any given time, and may change frequently.

All residents must indicate COVID-19 vaccination status on the application, and show proof of complete vaccination upon check-in. All residents must maintain safety guidelines established by the CDC, and WVC. 

Guidelines and requirements are dependent on the perceived risks at any given time, and may change frequently.

All resident staying in the hall are required to follow all WVC and Residence Life policies and guidelines.

Non-WVC Students:
Students of other colleges who have clinicals or other internships in the Wenatchee area during summer, are eligible to stay in the WVC Residence Hall at our non-student/conference rate.

To obtain an application, please email

Groups & Summer Programs:
During the summer, on a space-available basis, groups and summer programs may apply to reside in the Residence Hall at our group rate.

To obtain an application, please email

For questions, contact the Residence Life Manager:  / 509-682-6706.


Common Questions about living in the Residence Hall

  • No commute - the Residence Hall is located directly across the street from the main campus.

  • Typically cheaper than renting - Residence Hall fees are quarterly (every 3 months),
    • * $1650 + $60 technology fee = $1,710, which averages out to $570/month
      • All utilities are included in the quarterly fee- water, sewer, garbage/recycling, internet

  • Safe environment - In addition to 24-hour security, the Residence Hall has on-call staff to respond to residents needs 24 hours a day.

  • Broaden experiences - Living in a community environment brings many opportunities that off-campus living may not offer.
    • Residents learn to live and interact with individuals from diverse backgrounds and cultures.
    • Develop better understanding and cooperation through negotiating their shared spaces.
    • Enjoy activities such as BBQ's, contests, celebrations, etc., that only residents get to take part in.
    • Have an opportunity to become a student staff, and get paid to assist with activities and resident engagement.

*Pending board approval

The following is a breakdown of the fees associated with living in the Residence Hall:

Application: $450
$50 - application fee
$200 - non-refundable administrative fee
$200 - refundable damage deposit

  • The application fee and deposit are due at the time of application submission.
    • If you cancel your contract prior to moving in, the admin fee and deposit will be returned.
  • At the end of your Housing Contract, all or some of your damage deposit ($200) may be returned dependent on the amount of damage and/or extensive cleaning.

Quarterly: * $1,650 (plus a $60 technology fee per quarter) 

Early Termination:

  • Unless otherwise indicated and approved, the Housing Contract is for the entire academic year (fall, winter, and spring quarters).
  • Residents that decide to leave mid-year, lose the $200 damage deposit, forfeit any and all paid quarterly fees, and are charged a $750 Early Termination Fee
    • There is an appeal process available for extenuating circumstances; contact the WVC Residence Life Office for more information: 509-682-6706.

*Pending board approval

The Residence Hall is a single three-story building, laid out in a "pod" style. Each floor contains a shared Common Room, consisting of a kitchen and lounge, and at each corner of the floors are "pods" (4 pods per floor), which each contain three bedrooms, a shared bathroom, and coin-operated laundry.

Kitchens include:

  • Full-size fridge/freezer
  • Stove/oven
  • 2 microwaves
  • Pizza oven
  • Air-Fryer

Some kitchens may contain additional appliances left behind by past residents. All kitchen appliances MUST remain in the kitchen.

Lounges include: 

  • Casting-enabled television
  • Multiple full-size couches
  • Multiple lounge chairs
  • End/coffee tables
  • Computer station with printer
  • Foosball table

The first floor also has 2 vending machines, one with snacks, and the other for drinks.

Each bedroom contains 2 of the following furnishings (1 per resident):

  • Bed (Twin XL mattress)
  • Desks and chair
  • Wardrobe
  • Stacking drawers (3 per resident)

Residents are assigned a roommate, or can request a specific roommate on the housing application. Single rooms are not available.

The hall has space for 74 residents, including 2 Resident Advisors (RAs). All floors may be co-ed but pods/rooms are designated as either male or female.

Amenities include:

  • Phone jacks in each room (land line)
    • Residents are responsible for bringing their own phone and arranging phone service with a provider
  • Utilities:
    • Water, sewer, garbage
    • Recycling
    • Electricity
    • Wireless and high-speed Internet connections

One room on each floor is ADA accessible. There is elevator service to all floors.

If you need special accommodations, contact the Residence Life Manager at 509.682.6706.

Residents need to bring their own sheets, towels, pillows, toiletries and other personal items. 

All students enrolled in 10 or more credits are eligible to live in the Residence Hall.

To reserve a spot, students must complete an application and pay the $450 ($50 application fee, $200 damage deposit, and $200 admin/programming fee).

Move in dates typically begin the week prior to the start of classes each quarter, and must be scheduled with Residence Life.

Residents are permitted to bring some appliances, but for safety there are some restrictions. Please review the list below:

These appliances are permitted in the room:

  • Coffee Pot / Electric Kettle - MUST have automatic shut off
  • Mini Fridge (one per rm) - Must be under 7 cubic feet
  • Microwave (one per rm) - Must be UL approved, and </= 1.0 cubic feet and 800 watts
  • Surge Protectors
  • 3-Pronged Extension Cords ONLY
  • Decorative Lighting
    • String lights cannot be plugged into each other ("piggy-backing")

The following items are NOT Allowed:

  • 2-prong Extension cords, Multi-prong adapters, and "piggy-backing" power strips
  • Alcoholic beverages / Alcohol paraphernalia, memorabilia, and/or advertisements
  • Drugs / Drug related paraphernalia, memorabilia, and/or advertisements
  • Candles / Incense / Wax Warmers
  • Combustible substances
    • i.e: gasoline, propane, butane, etc.
  • Duct Tape / Tacks / Nails / Screws
  • Electric Blankets
  • Fireworks / Powder / Explosives
  • Halogen / Disco / Lava Lamps
  • Open-coiled / Hotplate appliances
    • i.e.: toaster, toaster oven, cooktop, electric skillet/grill, space heater
  • Pets (for information on service / emotional support animals, contact the housing office)
  • Weapons
    • i.e.: firearms, bows, BB guns, airsoft guns, slingshots, and/or any other type of projectile device

The WVC Café is located in Van Tassell Center and operated by From Scratch by Us. The café is open from 8am to 1:30pm Monday through Thursday, and 8am to noon on Fridays.

For convenience, you may place on order online.
* Coffee bar and online orders are unavailable after 1pm. 

The café is closed weekends, holidays, and non-class days (winter and spring break, advising day, etc.).

Residents have the option of purchasing a flex-pass meal card from the café. The card works like a gift card and may have additional amounts added to the total.

  • 5% bonus is applied to flex-passes of $250 or more
  • 10% bonus is applied to a flex-pass of $500 or more

The Residence Hall parking lot can accommodate up to 48 vehicles, with an additional unmarked overflow gravel lot.

All parking, including in the gravel lot, requires the purchase of a parking pass.

Residents that wish to park in the lot must purchase a Residence Hall parking pass at the cashier's office for $10 each quarter.

  • The Residence Hall parking pass is only valid for the parking lots directly surrounding the Residence Hall
  • On-campus parking passes are not valid for the Residence Hall lots, and Residence Hall parking passes are not valid for any on-campus parking lots.

Vehicles parked in any lot, whether at the Residence Hall or on campus without a pass will be ticketed.

On-street parking may be available in some areas.

Each year 2 Resident Advisors (RA) and from 1-4 Community Assistants (CA) are selected to help staff the Residence Hall.

RA's and CA's must be current students, and they must live in the Residence Hall.

RAs and CAs help support residents through assisting with routine upkeep and monitoring of the Residence Hall, planning and facilitating activities and events, assisting with conflict mediation, answering general questions, enforcing college policies, and serving as a resource for students. RAs and CAs are there to promote an atmosphere that fosters positive living and learning.

RAs and CAs are selected through an application process and employed by WVC. Student staff must be in good academic, financial, and student standing with the college, and Residence Life.

To apply to become either an RA or CA, fill out the application by June 1, 2022:

Residence Hall RA/CA application

For questions about the student staff employment process and timeline, or benefits, contact the Residence Life office at 509.682.6706.

The Residence Hall requires key-card access, which is restricted to residents, Residence Life Staff, maintenance personnel, and security only.

Key-cards are programed so that all residents may access every floor, however each pod and bedroom only permit access to those residents assigned to them.

Student staff (RA's & CA's) reside in the building, and emergency/After Hours contact information is posted throughout the hall.

Campus security officers patrol the college grounds, including the Residence Hall, and are available to assist in emergencies.

  • Security guards can be reached at 6911 (from a campus phone) or 509.423.3705.
Contact Information

Residence Life Manager