Washingtonian House

19 University Place
By Room
Room Types
*Air Conditioning
On-Site Laundry Room
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The Washingtonian House is a recovery support residence where students who have had past problems with alcohol or substances and are committed to abstinence recovery can live during the academic year. Residents are active in the Washingtonian Society, a supportive campus community open to all students who have had past difficulty with alcohol or other substances, and who want help with change. This house serves as the home base for the recovery community; weekly group meetings are held at the house on Friday at 5:00 pm, and the house serves as a social hangout at other times for any students who participate in the larger Washingtonian Society group. There's a nice pool table, a big-screen TV for watching and gaming, good speakers to play music, and a well-equipped kitchen for preparing shared meals. Any student who is interested in changing alcohol or substance use patterns and wants support or simply a social alternative is welcome to come hang out in the house any time, but students who live in the house must have an ongoing commitment to abstinence recovery.

Each Bedroom Contains

  • one Twin XL (extra long) bed with mattress per resident
  • one wooden desk per resident
  • one desk chair per resident
  • one dresser per resident
  • one closet per resident
  • wireless internet
  • XFINITY On CampusTM is included with on-campus housing!

*Note: Window Air Conditioning units require annual registration and installation through Residence Life and University Facilities. See Upper-Division FAQs for specific guidelines pertaining to Window A/C approvals and installations.



Contact Johna Jenkins.