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Facts & Figures

Note: Data presented on this page, except for 2020-21 occupancy data, is for pre-COVID academic year 2019-20. We will update this page with current dining and residential life data again once the university resumes regular post-COVID operations.

Residential housing

Total residence halls: 13
Alder Hall, Elm Hall, Haggett Hall, Hansee Hall, Lander Hall, Madrona Hall, Maple Hall, McCarty Hall, McMahon Hall, Oak Hall, Poplar Hall, Terry Hall, Willow Hall

Total apartments: 8
Blakeley Village, Cedar Apartments, Commodore Duchess Apartments, Laurel Village, Mercer Court, Nordheim Court, Radford Court, Stevens Court

Operating capacities: (By number of beds, unless noted) Alder Hall 631, Cedar Apartments 344, Elm Hall 581, Haggett Hall 0, Hansee Hall 336, Lander Hall 667, Madrona Hall 531, Maple Hall 919, McCarty Hall 966, McMahon Hall 1,048, Mercer Court A–C 637, Mercer Court D–E 285, Nordheim Court 468, Poplar Hall 285, Stevens Court 519, Terry Hall 314, Willow Hall 565, Blakeley Village 79 units, Commodore Duchess 139 units, Laurel Village 80 units, Radford Court 399 units, Stevens Court Family Housing 35 units.

2020-21 Capacity/Occupancy

Based on 10th-Day Stats—does not include Commodore Duchess, Radford Court, Laurel Village, Blakeley Village or Stevens Court Family Housing.

Note: The 2020 Operating Capacity is based on pre-COVID data. However, the Official Capacity was lowered and based on EH&S' approved maximum occupancy amid COVID of 8,494.                                    

 

9-Month

12-Month

Total

As-Built

7768

950

8718

Overflow

754

0

754

Operating Capacity

8522

950

9472

Occupancy

3459

510

3969

% of Capacity

44.5%

53.7%

45.5%

The designations “9-month” and “12-month” refer to the lengths of housing agreements. The 9-month agreement group is mostly made up of residence hall students, with a few 9-month agreement apartment occupants. The 12-month agreement group has apartment occupants on a full-year agreement.

Demographics

Female: 58.8%
Male: 41.0%

Freshmen living on campus
2020: 32.0% (2,241 applicants out of 7,002 enrolled)
2019: 71.1% (4,966 applicants out of 6,981 enrolled)
2018: 72.7% (5,188 applicants out of 7,141 enrolled)
2017: 68.1% (4,616 applicants out of 6,774 enrolled)

Resident Retention (based on spring quarter capacities)
2020: 15.4% (1,434 returners)
2019: 40.2% (3,768 returners)
2018: 42.6% (3,610 returners)
2017: 41.5% (3,414 returners)

Total applications for HFS housing (before cancellations)
2020: 11,993
2019: 11,812
2018: 11,904
2017: 11,090

Dining Data

Residential Dining Locations: 2
Grocery/Convenience Markets: 4
Espresso/Coffee Caf├ęs: 13
Restaurants: 16
Food Trucks: 3

Number of Meal Plans Sold: 9,534
Annual Dining Program Revenues: $49.87 million total sales for FY19
Cost of Residential Meal Plans: $889–$2,106
Average daily customer count during the academic year: Over 40,000

Highest daily customer counts during the academic year:

  • Residential Dining: Center Table
  • Grocery/Convenience Market: District Market
  • Cafe: Suzzallo Starbucks
  • Food Truck: Motosurf

The District Market generally does about 1,300 daily transactions

Residential Education

Living Learning Communities
Arts: Elm Hall, 110 students
Business: Madrona Hall, 110 students
Engineering: Maple Hall, 901 students
Global Experience: Haggett Hall, 49 students
Honors: Terry Hall, 180 students
Pre-Health Sciences: Alder Hall, 330 students

Leadership, service and employment opportunities
Budget Advisory Committee: 16 students
Residential Community Student Association (RCSA): 35
Residence Education Programmers (REP): students
Residential Programming Board (RPB): students
Students Expressing Environmental Dedication (SEED) 40
Residential Community Standards Committee: 11 students
Resident Advisers & Community Assistants: 171 students

HFS employs about 1,000 students during the academic year.