Residence Life is one of a seven departments within the Division of Student Affairs. Questions about multicultural engagement? Religious life at Puget Sound? How to get outside? DSA has got you covered! Learn more about our division.
Have questions about living with a roommate/suitemate/housemate? Residence Life has prepared a Roommate Booklet, Housemate Booklet, and Suitemate Booklet for your living style. These booklets are great ways to individually reflect on your needs prior to completing a roommate, suitemate, or housemate agreement. Your RA/RCC will follow up with you in October to collect your agreement and discuss any issues or concerns you may be having. Sharing a living space can be a rewarding experience, and it is a critical piece of learning about yourself and others while attending Puget Sound. If after utilizing these resources you are still having challenges with your living situation, your RA/RCC or Resident Director is always a phone call or email away for support.
If you need a housing adjustment because of a medical, physical or psychological disability, you must make your request through Student Accessibility and Accommodation. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register with SAA and make a formal request for an accommodation.
Questions about our conduct philosophy as it relates to our residential policy? More information about our integrity code, hearing venues, and leadership opportunities through our conduct office.
Residence Life works very closely with Security Services to maintain an exceptionally safe living, learning, and working environment for all our students, faculty, and staff. Learn more about how we do this.
Need resources regarding what to do when you are sick? How to care for someone who is intoxicated? Information about birth control? Counseling, Health, and Wellness (CHWS) has you covered! Read more here.
The Dean of Students office is always here to help out when you need them. Learn more about who to contact when you are emotionally distressed, facing excessive absences due to sickness or a family emergency, or looking for spiritual, financial, or academic support.
Looking to contact another office or department and don't know where to begin? Utilize this quick phone guide to contact departments across campus.