Why Have a Roommate
Having a roommate is a great way to meet people and stay connected. We’ve all heard the story of roommates meeting on move in day and becoming instant friends. Although the instant friend is not the case for every student on campus, so many of our students really enjoy having a roommate to share the real college experience with.
Roommates can help cut down on rent cost, be a study buddy, a great way to learn about other people or experience new adventures. We could tell you a ton of benefits to having a roommate but we thought our students might be better.
Read below to hear what some of our on-campus residents had to say about having a roommate and living on campus.
Know someone you would like to live with in a Residence Hall? Fill out a Roommate Request here.
Finance, Denton, TX, Residence Hall Resident
“My roommate is someone I can talk to you and it’s nice to never feel like I am by myself. Even though I have a private room, there is always an opportunity to talk with my roommates. All my roommates have different majors and interests we are all still friends and like watching TV shows together. One of my favorite parts of meeting my roommate is getting to meet all of her friends too."
Theatre Arts, Houston, TX , Residence Hall Resident
“This is my second year living on campus and like my first year, I have had the fortune of having great roommates. I think that one of the greatest things about living on campus is the support you get from them. Each year I have had lasting friendships with my roommates and it has made my college experience a lot of fun. We are looking forward to living together next year in a suite."
LIVING ON CAMPUS
As the smallest of the five residence halls, housing 96 residents (47 men and 49 women), Brazos is a historic landmark to our campus and is known for its sociable and family-like environment. Residents living in Brazos return year after year, giving the hall the highest return rate. Brazos residents as far back as the 1940s still drop by to visit the “55-room mansion.”