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Extended Stay and Summer Housing Applications
All Residence Halls close at 9:00pm on Friday, May 10. If you are a graduating senior or otherwise participating in commencement and need to stay in your room through Sunday, May 12, you need to fill out the Extended Stay Application
If you require summer housing on campus, please fill out the Summer Housing Application. Summer residents who currently reside in a Residence Hall will be allowed to remain in their current room until they move to summer housing on Tuesday, May 14 and so do not need to fill out the Extended Stay Application. If you are not beginning your summer housing on May 14, you will need to check out of your current room by May 10.
2012-2013 Important Dates:
4/15 - Room Freeze Begins
4/29 - Extended Stay Applications due
5/3 - Summer Housing Application due
5/6 - 5/10 - Spring Finals Week
5/10 - Halls Close at 9:00pm
5/12 - Commencement
5/14 - Summer Housing Move-In, 4-8 pm in Findley
5/15 - Apartment Contract ends
Baldwin Wallace residents finished first in the nation in recycling bottles and cans, and 112th nationwide in total recycling efforts! For complete results of this year's RecycleMania, please visit the RecycleMania Website
COMING FALL 2013
The new Beech Street Complex for first-year students will open its doors in August of 2013. For more information, including architectural drawings and amenities, visit the complex's page.
With approximately 1,900 students living on campus, residence life is an important part of the BW experience. We are responsible for facilitating an atmosphere that allows students the opportunity to study, a place they can develop social relationships with their peers, encouraging personal growth and development, while learning about living in a community - all while supporting the University as an academic institution. Living on campus is about completing your college experience - making connections with friends, getting involved, and interacting with faculty and staff!
All full-time students are required to live on-campus their first and second year entering Baldwin Wallace University. Residency exemptions are made for commuting students who are living with their family or have have other qualifying circumstances.
Make your BW experience the best it can be. Live on campus!
Heritage Lead Resident Assistant
Peter was recently recognized by the National Residence Hall Honorary as the March Resident Assistant of the Month for the Central Atlantic region. This region includes Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Verginia, Maryland, Connecticut and New Jersey - congratulations Peter! Peter is a Junior Economics major with a minor in Legal Studies from Milford, CT. His favorite part about the position is the opportunity to work with a wide variety of residents from a diverse group of backgrounds. Peter is also involved in student life as a part of numerous organizations, most recently, he has acted as the Co-Chair for the Emerging Leaders and was a part off the planning committee for Distinguished Leaders Conference. Currently, he works in the Career Services Office as a member of the Career Leadership Corp and will be interning with RMS Investment Group as the Investment Analyst Intern during the upcoming Summer. After graduation, Peter plans on moving back east to attend graduate school in Boston for his MBA and Masters of Finance.