Student Life

Residential Life

Living in campus residence halls is an important part of every W&L undergraduate student's experience. All first-years, sophomores, and juniors live in University housing, in a variety of group settings including traditional residence halls, apartments, townhouses, and themed housing. Rising seniors typically secure living arrangements off-campus, however a limited number or rooms are usually available for seniors who wish to remain on campus. Law students are not eligible for campus housing.

Career and Professional Development

The Career and Professional Development Center complements the educational experience of students by providing the guidance and resources needed to develop and implement their academic and career plans. Its comprehensive services emphasize collaborative relationships with employers, alumni, faculty, peer institutions and the W&L community.

Health and Safety

The Student Health Center at Washington and Lee University includes three departments to help students, be it counseling or providing information about health issues. The Office of Public Safety provides a safe and secure environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors to the University community.