Undergraduate Apartments at Mercer Court

Mercer Court houses three buildings set up as apartment-style residence halls for undergrads with 9-month agreements.

Mercer Court exterior undergrad


All bedrooms are furnished with configurable furniture. By lofting your bed, you can create a cozy study space underneath.

Student playing guitarin Mercer bedroom


All kitchens come with appliances including a stove, microwave oven and a dishwasher.

Mercer Court kitchen

The Great Room

Drop by the lounge in Building A to play some pool with friends, watch some TV or relax in front of the fireplace.

Students playing pool in the Mercer Court lounge

Rooftop Deck

Mercer Court features sky lounges and rooftop terraces that overlook Portage Bay.

Students hanging out on the Mercer Court rooftop deck

Burke-Gilman Trail

Jump on your bike and take the fast track to class on the Burke-Gilman Trail. Mercer Court is a short ride to campus.

The Burke Gilman trail runs alongside Mercer


Students have access to their own laundry room and can track machine usage and availability through LaundryView.

Washing machines at Mercer Court

Local Coffee Shop

Coffee, puff pastries filled to order, sandwiches and soups are at your fingertips at Husky Grind, located in Building A.

Husky Grind at Mercer Court

UW Farm at Mercer Court

The UW Farm allows students to grow and harvest their own food.

The UW Farm is located at Mercer Court
Mercer Court quote

Mercer Buildings ABC

Buildings A, B and C highlighted

Mercer 4-B Doubles

Four-bedroom apartment layout

Mercer 2-B Doubles

Two-bedroom apartment layout

More Information:

Mercer Court

Apartment-Style Residence Halls

Mercer Court provides opportunities for small group living in shared apartments. The apartments are open during academic break periods, which make them ideal for students who wish to remain on campus.

Located in West Campus, Mercer Court is close the University District's Ave. and the Burke-Gilman Trail. Residents also have access to all of our West Campus amenities.

Buildings A and B will provide a mix of double rooms in shared apartments and double-occupancy studio apartments. Dining Account is required. Agreements are nine months.

Building C will provide a mix of single rooms in shared apartments and single-occupancy studio apartments. Dining Account is not required. Agreements are nine months.


  • Furnished living rooms and configurable bedroom furniture
  • Community lounges and group study areas
  • Indoor bike storage, underground garage, music practice room
  • Sky lounges and rooftop terraces
  • Kitchen with appliances including a microwave oven and a dishwasher
  • Utilities included; pervasive Wi-Fi

Resident Directors

Sue Ann Huang (Building A)
Phone: 206-685-1693
Email: huangsa@hfs.washington.edu

Shannon Bradley (Building B)
Phone: 206-685-1693
Email: shannb3@hfs.washington.edu

Jessica Rashid
Phone: 206-543-3330
Email: jnrashid@hfs.washington.edu

Learning Communities

Food Exploration Community (Building B)


Double spaces in Buildings A & B: 816; Single spaces in buildings A, B & C: 203



Room Types

Buildings A & B: Doubles and Double-occupancy Studios; Building C: Singles and Single-occupancy Studios

Building A Address

3925 Adams Lane NE
(building-apartment-room number)
Seattle, WA  98105

Buildings B and C Address

3927 Adams Lane NE
(building-apartment-room number)
Seattle, WA  98105

Contact Us

Student Services
Phone: 206-543-4059
Email: hfsinfo@hfs.washington.edu