Wayman Crow Residential College was established in 2004. It was named after Wayman Crow, one of the founders of Washington University in St. Louis. Nemerov House was dedicated in 1999 and named after Howard Nemerov. Dardick House was dedicated in 2006 and named after Nathan Dardick. Today, our residential college is affectionately known as Waycrow.

Dardick House

Two person suites, each suite having its own private bathroom. Kitchens on each floor along with a number of study spaces, a computer lab, and music practice rooms.

Nemerov Hall

Four person suites, each suite having its own private bathroom. Kitchens on each floor along with a number of study spaces, a computer lab, and music practice rooms.

AT-A-GLANCE


First-Year Students

Colors: Red and White

Mascot: Crow

Traditions:

  • Crow Cakes
    Our signature tradition, Crow Cakes is a late night pancake extravaganza hosted once a month in either the Dardick House or Nemerov House lobby.
  • Sundaes on Sunday
    A staple of Wayman Crow College Council, Sundaes on Sunday is a monthly ice cream social hosted in either the Dardick House or Nemerov House lobby.
  • Bar-B-Crow
    An annual barbeque held on the “green-between” (the lawn between Dardick House and Nemerov House) during the first few weeks of the fall semester.
  • WayCrow Bonfire
    A bonfire held on the “green-between” (the lawn between Dardick House and Nemerov House) at least once a year.
  • Nathan Dardick Visits
    Since Dardick House was named, Nathan Dardick has made frequent visits to hold “fireside chats” in the Dardick House lobby. Residents get a chance to speak with him first hand and discover just what makes Nathan Dardick tick.

Wayman Crow Residential College