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Our residence halls are more than buildings; they're state of the art living and learning centers. From high speed internet, telephone, and cable TV service, to a wide variety of dining options, our residence halls include everything to make your stay at UT feel more like home.
We have nine different residence halls on campus with a choice of traditional or suite-style living options. Traditional corridor-style living has rooms that open into an interior hallway with shared bathroom facilities on each floor. Suite-style living includes 2 or 3 rooms joined by a common living area and shares bathroom facilities.
The Honors Academic Village is managed and operated by American Campus Communities.
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|CARTER HALL||HONORS ACADEMIC VILLAGE||INTERNATIONAL HOUSE|
|MACKINNON HALL||MCCOMAS VILLAGE||OTTAWA HOUSE|
|PARKS TOWER||PRESIDENTS HALL||SCOTT AND TUCKER HALLS|
Housing Application Information
The key to getting into the residence hall you want is to apply early and apply correctly. Get the answers to your questions and additional information here.
All first-year students who live outside of a 50-mile radius from UT are required to live on campus. Students who reside within a 50-mile radius can choose to live on campus, but it is not required.
Specialized Living Communities
To get more out of your stay in the residence halls, consider joining one of our Specialized Living Communities. These communities extend student learning outside of the classroom and promote student intellectual, social and personal growth.
Room and Meal Plan Rates
The cost of living on campus varies depending on what type of residence hall meets your needs. There are many affordable options for all students.
If you have any questions regarding residence halls, please contact the Office of Residence Life at 419.530.2941 or email us at email@example.com.