Division of Student Affairs

Housing & Residence Life


Last updated February 4 , 2020


Housing for 2020-21:

It’s time to start thinking about Fall Housing!  If you’re a student who will be new to campus next fall, you have until May 1st to pay your deposit in order to guarantee housing.


If you are a current WCSU resident (or a current WCSU student who wants to live in the halls for the 2020-21 year), you must pay your deposit by March 20, 2020 in order to participate in room selection.  Current students should check their WCSU email for instructions on the room selection process.  You’ll also find information posted in your halls and in a variety of other locations, or you can check out the room selection page.

A new edition of The Handout is available now!  Check it out here:  Vol. 8, #4 (Feb. 20)




Scan the code below to get to all of last year’s episodes of Gab & GROW, where you can find all kinds of topics and advice for being a successful WCSU student.

There are 2 new podcasts up right now!

First, we have information on Not Anymore, a required online program for ALL students regarding sexual violence prevention.  We’ll also share information about Title IX at WCSU. Guests are Jesenia Minier-Delgado, Chief Diversity Officer, and Sydney Trezza, Campus Advocate for the Women’s Center.

Next up, join Academic Resource Mentors Tamia Scott and Audrey Redpath as they talk about ways to RESOLVE to be GREAT – getting your semester (and your academic life) launched for success.  You’ll be hearing about tips and strategies these students use and have used to make their own academic careers more successful!



Cable TV information:

For a new list of the updated cable channels, please click on this link.

Your digital television must have a QAM tuner (Quadrature Amplitude Modulation) to work with the school’s cable service. The QAM tuner allows your TV to receive high definition cable programming without a cable set top box. Unfortunately, some less expensive TVs come with a low quality QAM tuner that may not be able to pick up all the digital channels. You should verify the specifications when you purchase your TV.


A NTSC (National Television System Committee) tuner is not compatible. This TV will require a digital-to-analog converter box to view television signals. (See information below to purchase a converter).


An ATSC (Advanced Television Systems Committee) tuner can receive digital signals but is not compatible with the school’s cable system.


Here is a link to an informal compatibility reference for newer devices. We cannot guarantee the accuracy of this information. You should verify the specifications when you purchase your TV.