Rossin Campus Center is, as the name suggests, a center of campus life. It holds the campus store, meeting rooms, and many campus offices and services.
The Washington & Jefferson College Campus Store offers a variety of services for W&J students, such as check cashing, postage stamps, and more. It’s also the hub for textbook buying and selling, and the place to get all your Presidential merchandise and memorabilia!
The Office of Career Services assists students in integrating their liberal arts education with their career aspirations. In addition, the office engages students as active participants in their career development.
With state-of-the-art meeting rooms, an experienced sales and catering staff, and high-quality residential and fitness facilities, W&J delivers a first-class experience for all of your needs, from workshops, meetings, and seminars to conferences, youth camps, and special events.
Through quality, freshness, consistency, exposure to new cuisines, healthy options, dietary accommodations, and food education, W&J Dining’s mission is to provide an outstanding dining experience for the W&J community.
Residence Life coordinates a positive, safe, and developmental housing experience for W&J students. As we are a residential campus, 98% of W&J students live on campus during their four years. First-year students are paired with roommates and are housed in first-year housing based on the living preferences they submit. All continuing students participate in the …
The offices and departments within Student Life coordinate services, programs, and events to help W&J students adjust to campus life, get involved on campus and in local communities, learn about themselves and others, and begin to explore careers and prepare for life after college.