Housing & Dining
University Housing and Dining provides housing for undergraduate students and offers a variety of building types and living learning communities that are not only comfortable, safe and secure, but also conducive to academic and personal growth. These facilities have live-in staff comprised of resident assistants, academic support assistants for Living Learning Communities, student managers, and full-time residence directors. Visit Department of University Housing to learn more about housing options available, and the different distinctive building designs that vary in size, atmosphere, and purpose.
University Housing & Dining
Texas Woman's University
P.O. Box 425380
Denton, Texas 76204-5380
All TWU full-time single undergraduates who have not completed 60 credit hours are required to live in University residential communities unless one of the following exceptions apply:
- 21 years of age or older
- Active duty military or veteran of military service
- Living with parents or legal guardians within the commuting distance
- Living with children
Housing Contracts and Assignments
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 application date, a $50 nonrefundable application fee, and a $100 room deposit are received at the Department of University Housing and Dining.
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.
Family Housing apartment contracts are academic year contracts and are renewable. Vacancies are filled in order by application date and desired move in date. 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. You may review rates online.
Living Learning Communities
Living Learning Communities (LLC) at Texas Woman's University provide learning opportunities outside of the classroom that strengthen intellectual and personal growth. Communities 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.