Welcome to the Lettie Pate Whitehead Evans Graduate Complex located at 713 S. Henry Street. Students are often found picking up their mail in the 800 building or enjoying an evening socializing. On-site laundry facilities are found in the 300 building. Located next to the Law School, residents live in two, three or four-bedroom apartments. Each resident has a private bedroom and shares the living room, dining area, and kitchen. The bedroom includes an extra-long twin bed, mattress, study desk and chair, chest of drawers, and closet space. Each apartment has a walk-in kitchen with a refrigerator, stove, and oven. The living room dining areas include a table with four chairs, a 2 or 3 person sofa, coffee tables, and an end table. Each apartment has full bathroom facilities, two in the quad apartments. Students enrolled full-time in one of the five graduate/professional programs - Arts & Sciences, Law, Education, Business Administration or VIMS - are eligible to live in the Complex. Space is allocated proportionally among students from the different schools.
- Single Sex by Apartment (Flexible Housing by request)
- Air Conditioning
- Private exterior entrances for each apartment
- Cable, wireless access and hard-wired Internet access in each bedroom
Click on a link below to find out more specifics about each topic or go to our Frequently Asked Questions page specifically designed for residents of the Graduate Complex.
- Building Amenities
- Lease, Rent, Utilities
- Room Rates
- Assignment of Apartments
- How Do I Apply?
- What Do I Need to Bring?
- Parking and Transportation
- Complex Map
- Room Specific Layouts
- Apartment Council
Room rates for the current academic year can be obtained from Residence Life. Residents have the option of an academic year contract or an academic year plus summer contract. All utilities are included in the rent, except long-distance telephone service. All housing charges are posted to the student account and billed by the Bursar’s Office. For more information on billing and payment options, visit www.wm.edu/eservices.
Applicants may request to live with a specific apartment mate(s) as long as all residents are full-time graduate students at the university. Applicants who do not express an apartment mate preference will be assigned based on the information gathered in the application questionnaire. Applicants may request to be assigned to live with someone from the same graduate program, although many apartments are occupied by students from more than one school.
Once you have been accepted into one of the graduate school programs, you may complete the On-Line Graduate Housing Application.
Residents of the Graduate Complex have parking available. Parking decals are required to park in these lots and any other lot on campus. Decals are available for purchase from Parking Services, 201 Ukrop Way. In addition a covered bus stop is located next to the 900 building and stops every 30 minutes during the week and selected hours during the night and on the weekends. The bus system traverses throughout campus and the local Williamsburg community.
Apartment Council is your opportunity to make your voice heard about Graduate Complex policies, programs and the purchase of equipment for residents. It is a great way to get involved and be instrumental in governing the area. The Apartment Council is the active interpreters of the University’s principle of self-determination. Self-determination allows members of a residential area to develop the guidelines and procedures of self-governance which allows for both individual freedom and the privacy and personal rights of others in the community. Graduate Complex residents enact this responsibility through their building representatives to the Council. Residents have the opportunity to develop guidelines pertaining to safety, security and the maintenance of a clean and pleasant apartment community. Any resident of the Complex who has paid the annual Apartment Council dues may become a voting member of the Council. The Apartment Council upholds it fiduciary responsibility through the sound management of the Council funds. For more information, contact the Community Director or your GRA.
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