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Residence Hall Communities

Residence Halls provide the opportunity to meet people and get involved in a close-knit community that combines all the comforts of home with all the excitement of the traditional college experience. Whether you prefer a private room with suite-style living or have interest in sharing a room, one of the various floor plans and price points available in our six residence hall communities are sure to meet your needs.

game of life

UT Arlington's newest Residence Hall, Vandergriff Hall at College Park, is now open. We invite you to read though the information below and look at the Rate and Features chart to help you pick the residence hall that best suits you.

ROOM FEATURES

  • Air Conditioning
  • All utilities paid
  • Cable TV service in each room
  • Fully furnished
  • Individual lease
  • Private and double occupancy rooms
  • Wi-Fi connection and Ethernet connection for each resident

    Community Features *

    Entertainment

    • Barbecue Area
    • Basketball Courts
    • Billiard and Game Tables
    • Game Rooms
    • Intramural Teams
    • Picnic Area
    • Planned Social, Recreational and Educational Activities
    • TV Lounges
    • Volleyball Courts

    Safety and Services

    • Community Kitchen
    • Exterior Card Access System
    • Gated Parking
    • Ice and Vending Machines
    • Live-in staff - Professional and Student
    • Smoke-free Buildings
    • Unlimited Laundry
    • 24-hour Maintenance Services

    Academic Resources

    • Computer Labs
    • In-hall Classrooms
    • Peer Academic Leaders (PALs)
    • Student Leadership Opportunities
    • Study Groups
    • Study Lounges
    • Academic Resource Center in Vandergriff Hall

    * Feature varies by community.

    Roommates in UT Arlington Residence Halls

    Meeting other students is one of the greatest assets of living in a residence hall. You can either select your own roommate or we will try to help you find one with a similar lifestyle and interests. If you select your own roommate, you both need to request the same hall and each other, and contract for the same type of room. University Housing does not guarantee a roommate in the matching process; however, we work hard to place students with their roommate preferences. Click here to submit a roommate request.

    For more information, please see the Residence Hall Handbook (pdf).

Community and Convenience

LIVING ON CAMPUS

COMMUNITY AND CONVENIENCE

Everything is right outside your door. Living in a residence hall might be the best way to make friends and find your community on our campus of 33,000. Our residence halls boast diversity, school spirit, and the convenience that comes with living on campus – leaving you free to excel in your academics and develop your social life.

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