Use the following resources to connect with different community resources on campus:
The Associated Students Outdoor Center is a bike and rental shop that provides a variety of outdoor-related activities for all students, faculty, staff, and alumni.
Viking Union 150 // (360)-650-3112 // email@example.com
Campus Recreation Services works to empower the Western community to achieve and maintain a healthy lifestyle, develop leadership abilities by providing the highest quality of recreational and co-curricular programs and services in an environmentally sustainable facility.
Campus Recreation Services Building // (360) 650-3766 // firstname.lastname@example.org
ESC’s goal is to help students affirm their identity, build a sense of community, and cultivate leadership. You can use the ESC to study or comfortably lounge in-between classes.
Viking Union East, 4th floor
Living off-campus introduces plenty of new choices and, along with those choices, new responsibilities. We want your off-campus living experience to be relaxed and trouble-free. This website is intended to give you an overview of what you can expect—and what is expected of you—as an official Bellingham resident.
An undocumented student is a foreign national who: (1) entered the United States without inspection or with fraudulent documents; or (2) entered legally as a non-immigrant but then violated the terms of his or her status and remained in the United States without authorization (as defined by the National Immigration Law Center).
University Residences can answer or direct students to the proper contacts for any question or concerns regarding living in the residence halls.
Edens Hall, first floor lobby // (360)-650-2960 // email@example.com