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Student Life Center

The Student Life Center provides academic and recreational facilities, meeting and conference rooms, informal gathering places, a restaurant and 70 apartments for college students affiliated with a promising institution of higher learning: East-West University (EWU). Recreational facilities include the full-size basketball court, a cardio and strength training fitness center as well as a yoga room.

Academic facilities include the University library, tutoring center, an open computer lab and two classroom spaces, one traditional and another computer lab-based. Conference facilities include the Riaz H. Waraich Auditorium for lectures, Conference Rooms East and West for small group meetings as well as the 17th Floor Multipurpose Room and terrace for receptions.

The Student Life Center provides free open wireless on all main floors (floors 1-6) for members of the University community.

Student housing called Flats at East-West University is located on floors 7-16 of the Student Life Center. Apartments are furnished with a bed, desk, desk chair, dresser, wardrobe as well as a refrigerator, freezer and microwave. Utilities are included within the license agreement (including cable TV, Internet, heat, water, garbage, and electricity). Other amenities available to residents include lounges, on-site laundry, vending machines and bicycle storage. License agreements are valid for 9 months (late September-mid June). Summer housing is also available. Applications are available online at The Flats Student Housing Office can be contacted at 312.939.0112 or [email protected].

Student Populations

East-West University serves all those who are desirous and capable of undertaking higher education. The student populations that the University is specifically committed to serve include among others: students who are seeking quality education to pursue excellence in their lives; students from low-income families who are motivated to enroll with the help of state and federal tuition grants, loans, and institutional scholarships; active employees of business and industrial concerns who want to enroll in conveniently offered programs with the help of financial assistance or employer provided tuition reimbursement; mature and experienced persons who have acquired competencies needed for a successful life and are now seeking to earn a degree; students from various ethnic and immigrant communities; and foreign students.