University Apartments & Houses
UT Arlington has a variety of campus apartment communities for you to call your home away from home. Living on campus puts you within walking distance of all academic buildings and campus resources, including the Central Library and the Maverick Activities Center.
We offer multiple floor plans in 18 vibrant apartment communities at various price points. New options will be coming in the near future such as The Lofts at College Park, opening Fall 2012. We invite you to read through the information below and look at the Rates and Features chart to help you pick the community that best suits you.
UT Arlington has a limited number of houses available for lease to students with dependent children. All of our houses are located on campus and have various floor plans. These houses are great for families and include a kitchen, fenced-in backyard and the convenience of being on campus.
- Barbecue and Picnic Areas**
- Easy Access to On-Campus Resources Including: Classrooms and Instructional Labs; Libraries; Indoor and Outdoor Tracks and Swimming pools; Tennis, Racquetball and Basketball Courts; Bowling & Billiards Center; Theaters and Music Practice Labs; Student and Greek Organizations; Health Center; and Campus Employment Opportunities.
- Laundry Rooms**
- On-Site Professional and Student Staff**
- Outstanding 24-Hour Maintenance Services
- Community Programs and Events
- Swimming Pools**
- Vending Machines**
* Feature varies by community. See chart for more details.
** Conveniently located on or near each community.
Roommates and Leasing
Having a roommate is a great way to meet people and stay connected to the campus. Although we do not assign roommates in our apartment communities, students may have a roommate if they desire. All of our apartments are leased to one UT Arlington student and that person is responsible for the rent.
Each apartment has an occupancy limit of two people per bedroom. During the leasing process, students will be required to list roommates (additional occupants) in the online housing process. If at any time a roommate moves out and a new roommate is moving in, the lease holder must update the roommate information online or with the Housing Office. Apartment keys cannot be issued until the lease holder updates the information about the roommate (additional occupant.) Roommates must also be UT Arlington students or they will need to come to the Housing office to complete the necessary paperwork before being added as a roommate (additional occupant.)
The following doucuments can assist with having a roommate:
University apartment students are allowed to have fish in a 10 gallon tank or less. All other pets are not allowed in University housing.
*** Feature varies by house.
Students living on campus are more likely to earn higher GPAs, complete degrees on time, and even pursue advanced degrees. Living on campus keeps students connected 24-7 with more access to caring administrators and faculty who understand and are meeting the needs of the students.