Address: 600 Spaniolo Dr. Arlington Texas, 76010
Office Phone Number: (817) 272-7952 or (817) 272-7951
- Air Conditioning
- All Utilities Paid
- Bicycle Racks
- Big Screen TV with Cable
- Card-Controlled Access
- Community Kitchen
- Computer Lab with Printer
- Courtyard with Picnic, Balcony and Study Areas
- Fire Sprinkler System
- Foosball Table
- Free WIFI and High-Speed Wired Internet Connection
- Ice and Vending Machines
- Laundry Facilities with Unlimited Laundry
- Outdoor Basketball Court
- Pets (Fish Only)
- Ping-Pong Table
- Pool Tables
- Sand Volleyball Courts
- Study Lounges
- No classroom but has FIGs
Arlington Hall opened in 2000 and remains one of the favorite places to live on campus! It is a co-educational residential facility and our largest residence hall with 596 students. Arlington Hall is located close to the Business Building, the UTA Bookstore, the E.H. Hereford University Center and much more. Arlington Hall has many great amenities, from the basketball and volleyball courts, to the multiple study and TV lounges. Arlington Hall also has Wi-Fi connection throughout the hall, Internet connections in the room and Cable TV service in the bedrooms and common areas.
Arlington Hall offers two room types to fit your preferences and price ranges. Most of the rooms in Arlington Hall are Private Suites. These rooms include three single bedrooms and a shared living room and bathroom area. The other room type is a Double Room, which is one bedroom and bathroom that two residents share.
All bedrooms in Arlington Hall include a twin extra-long bed, a desk and chair, a chest of drawers and a closet. The common spaces in the Private Suites include a couch, a chair, a coffee table, and one end table. All Arlington hall rooms come with a mini-refrigerator for the roommates to share.
- Windows: 2’11” x 4’11”
- Closets: 4’2” x 2’
- Double room: 13’3” x 17’2”
- Private Suite Bedroom: 9’8” x 11’5”
- Private Suite Living Room: 12’5” x 9’4”
Hall Staff & Involvement
Arlington Hall has an outstanding residence life staff of a Residence Director, Graduate Residence Director, Resident Assistants, and Office Assistants. The RAs are responsible for developing a positive atmosphere throughout the building. They plan a number of programs and activities to enhance the residents' time here and allow them to meet other residents living in the building. Our Office Assistants staff our hall desk Monday through Friday beginning at 10am and the weekends at noon and are available to check out equipment or help if a resident gets locked out of their room. The Residence Director and the Graduate Residence Director, as the professional staff of the building, are here to support the residents and the staff.
Residence hall living can be one of the best parts of your college experience, so it is highly recommended that residents take advantage of all that Arlington Hall has to offer to those who want to get involved. From working with our Hall Council or Residence Hall Association (RHA), to playing on one of our intramural teams and participating in hall programs, Arlington Hall offers something for everyone.
How to Apply
If you are interested in living here, you can apply online after you have applied to the University. The online application is free and will require your University ID number and NetID. For tour information please visit our Campus Visitors page on our website for more information.
For rate information, please see Residence Hall Rates
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