There is no residency requirement. Students in the DC Spring Break Seminars may live wherever they want.
However, we guarantee all of our students housing should they request it by the priority deadline. Students wishing to live in our accommodations during the duration of the Seminar will receive a shared room on a first-come, first-served basis if they submit rent by the deadline given.
Spring Break Housing
Students in the DC Spring Break Seminar have the option to live in college-sponsored housing. Location TBD.
For more information on DC Spring Break Seminar housing, please contact DC Center Housing Coordinator, Erin Battle at [[eebattle]] or 202-836-8607
Costs and Fees
The rates for those who choose to stay in W&M-sponsored housing are $600 for a double room or $1,000 for a single room for the 10 day program.
Invoiced Housing Deposit for Double Room
Invoiced Housing Deposit for Single Room
*Please note: Single rooms are not guaranteed and are dependent on apartment availability.
Move-in: Saturday, March 3
Move-out: Saturday, March 10
For questions related to housing, please email Erin Battle.
All residents of Washington Center sponsored housing are required to sign a housing agreement acknowledging the rules and regulations of both the Washington Center and Turnkey Housing.
Finding Alternative Housing
If you choose to find your own housing, our advice to you is to live as close as possible to downtown Washington or near a Metro station. Rent will be higher close to the city, but commutes from areas outside the Capitol Beltway can be extremely difficult. We have compiled a set of resources for other DC area housing solutions.
If you have established housing in the DC area already (perhaps your parents live in the area), you can absolutely live at home and participate in the DC Spring Break Seminar. (We recommend testing your commute before you decline W&M housing!)