Housing

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Residence Halls at the Texas Woman’s University Denton campus provide a wide range of choices in student living styles. Each residence hall is centrally air conditioned and offers a variety of facilities for students, including study lounges, living rooms, television lounges, laundry rooms, computer labs, vending machines, room refrigerators, and TV cable hookup. Students can choose a traditional student room with private or community bathrooms. Apartment and suite style living offering one bedroom through three bedroom units are available for students with families and for upper class students (typically sophomores). Students are assigned to the halls of their choice to the extent possible. To obtain more information about individual residence hall and apartment options visit www.twu.edu/housing/  or contact:

Department of University Housing
Texas Woman’s University
Box 425380
Denton, Texas 76204-5380
940-398-3676

Living Learning Communities

Living Learning Communities (LLC) at Texas Woman’s University provide learning opportunities outside of the classroom that strengthen student intellectual and personal growth. Two key communities, Neighbors Educated Together (NET) and First Year Connections (FYC) are centered around an academic or special interest theme and are structured for students to have a high degree of involvement in the program.

Living Learning Communities help students succeed academically and build a community of friends, while providing a way for students to get involved in campus life.

Undergraduate Residency Requirement

The University requires that all full-time, single undergraduates who have not completed 60 semester credit hours, who are under the age of 21, who are not veterans, and who are not living with parents or legal guardians within commuting distance live in University residence halls.

Room Assignments and Contract

The Housing contract guarantees a bed space in a double, triple, or quad occupancy room and the apartment's contract guarantees a bed space or the lease of an individual apartment, depending on apartment type. Assignments to residence halls are made on a space-available basis based on the date the application and deposit are received at the Department of University Housing .