Seattle is divided into numerous unique neighborhoods. Most University of Washington students prefer to live in neighborhoods such as the University District, Ravenna, Wallingford, or Capitol Hill for their proximity to the University. ASUW's Student Housing Affairs office maintains lists of rental houses, apartments, and boarding houses, and the office'slocation is G20 Student Union (HUB), Telephone 206.543.8997. Other off-campus housing options can be found through these sources:
- UW Daily Online — UW campus newspaper
- The University of Washington's Office of Off-Campus Housing Affairs (OCHA)
- Seattle Times Classified — Seattle daily newspaper
- The Seattle Weekly
- The Stranger
- Craig's List
- Northwest Classified Advertisements Online
Students can also apply for graduate student housing on campus. For more information on the types of housing available, please visit the Housing and Food Services website.
The University operates the Hall Health Primary Care Center as a medical care facility for currently enrolled UW students and, on a fee-for-service basis, for their dependents. Services offered include primary care clinics and specialty clinics (Women's, Sports Medicine, Mental Health, Pediatrics, Immunization, Travel Clinics, and Counseling).
The University of Washington has many childcare options available to UW students, most at additional cost.