Residential living on the Western Oklahoma State College campus began in August of 1999, when the residence hall opened its doors to students. It consists of bi-level east and west wings, housing a capacity of 96 students. To be eligible for residence, a student must enroll in a minimum of six credit hours.
The Residential Council develops social and educational activities for resident students. Residents are encouraged to become involved in these activities to enhance their college experience.
The residence hall is equipped with two physically challenged accessible rooms for students with special needs.
All residence hall rooms are designed for double occupancy with two single beds, built-in drawers, two closet areas, two desks with chairs, two dressers and a shower in every room. All rooms are provided with local telephone service. Residents may use pre-paid telephone cards for long distance service.
Each room is cable-ready and is provided with free basic cable service.
Internet access is available. Contact the technical support office for current deposit/service charge information.
The residence hall is smoke-free as is the entire Western campus.
A new dining facility was opened to especially accommodate the dining needs of the residents. Fifteen all-you-can-eat meals per week are included in the housing contract. Vending machines and laundry facilities are also located in the residence hall facility.