University Apartments

Discover the Family and Graduate apartment community of Eastern Washington University. The ideal location of the EWU Apartments provides the perfect blend of college and family life. We offer affordable, convenient housing a short distance from the main campus, relatively close to downtown Cheney and easy access to Spokane Transit Authority bus routes into Spokane. With easy access to the main campus, this community gets you involved with the many activities happening around EWU. Whether you are new or continuing at EWU, we want you to feel comfortable with your choice to live in our apartment community.

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Our three University Apartment/family friendly facilities include:
Anna Maria Apartments
Anna Maria Apartments
Family Townhouses
Family Townhouses
Holter House
Holter House

Our university apartment complexes are available to Eastern Washington University students, at least 18 years of age, who can meet one of the following requirements:

  • Married couples with or without children who provide a marriage license.
  • Unmarried couples without children who provide a Certificate of Washington State Registered Domestic Partnership.
  • Unmarried couples with children (click here for more details)
  • Single parents with children (click here for more details)
  • Single graduate students are eligible for Anna Maria and Holter House apartments. A graduate student is defined as a student who has completed their Bachelor's degree and is working on their Master's or Doctoral program.

An initial 6-month lease is required on all units. Thereafter, a student may choose to sign an additional six month lease or switch to a month-to-month agreement at an additional cost of $50 per month.


Equal Housing Opportunity

Eastern Washington University and Spokane county are committed to the principle that all individuals should have available to them an equal opportunity for housing choices regardless of their race, color, religion, familial status, sex, national origin or handicap.

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