Address: 409 - 607 Summit Dr., Arlington, Texas
Welcome to Meadow Run, one of The University of Texas at Arlington's largest student apartment communities. This community features a large list of community features including a swimming pool and club house. Custom designed for your comfort and convenience, these spacious apartments are located in the heart of the UT Arlington campus.
- Air Conditioning
- Ceiling Fans
- Fire Sprinkler
- Flexible Lease Terms
- Free Cable TV Service
- Free High-speed Internet Connection
- Free Wi-Fi Connection
- Full-Size Washer and Dryer
- Garbage Disposal
- Open Year Round
- Self-cleaning Stove
- Spacious One and Two Bedroom Floor Plans
- Swimming Pool
- Walk-in Closets
- All Utilities Paid
- Effective August 1, 2014: Electricity Included
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 by-the-unit apartment communities, students may have a roommate if they desire. All of our apartments except Timber Brook, The Lofts at College Park, and The Heights on Pecan 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 registered 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 registered occupant). Roommates must also be UT Arlington students. Non-UT Arlington student immediate family members will need to come to the Housing office to complete the necessary paperwork before being added as a roommate (additional registered occupant).
All square footage and measurements are approximate. Rates shown are effective August 01, 2015. Rates quoted are subject to approval. Rates are subject to change without notification.
UT Arlington went Greek in 1967, when Kappa Sigma became the first nationally chartered fraternity on campus. Since then, the Greek community has grown to include more than 820 students and 29 fraternities and sororities.