The residence halls at Texas Woman’s University provide a wide range of choices in student living styles, including traditional residence hall rooms with private bathrooms, and two and three bedroom apartments. They offer a variety of facilities for residents including living rooms, TV and study lounges, pianos, local telephone service, vending machines, refrigerators in student rooms, computer facilities, and laundry rooms. Connection to the University computer system and the internet is available in student rooms and apartments.
Housing for Graduate Students is provided on a space available bases.
Family Housing at Texas Woman’s University provides living options for married students and for single parents and their children. Married couples and single parents with a maximum of three children under the age of 18 may reside in the Lowry Woods Community apartments.
Guest and conference housing is provided on a space-available basis. Commuter students are limited to a maximum of three consecutive nights per stay. Students, parents, and staff are invited to take advantage of this service.
Room and Single Student Apartment Assignments and Contract
Students may elect to contract a residence hall space on an academic year basis. Assignments to residence halls are made on a space-available, first-come, first-served priority based on the date that the application, a $50 nonrefundable application fee, and a $100 room deposit are received at the Department of University Housing
Family Housing Apartment Assignments and Contract
Family Housing Apartment contracts run from one semester to twelve months and are renewable. Assignments are made from the apartment waiting list on a date-order basis. The apartment application, along with the $50 non-refundable application fee and $100 deposit, must be received before a student can be considered for an apartment.
Texas Woman’s University keeps student costs at a minimum. Rates are available through the Department of University Housing for the regular fall and spring semesters and the summer terms. A four-payment installment plan is available for housing and food service charges for the fall and spring semesters.