Visiting Your Student
We welcome visitors to all of our communities. If you are visiting someone in a residence hall you will need to contact them and have them meet you at the entrance to escort you in our halls. Outside the main entrance of every residence hall is a phone to contact the office or the student you are trying to reach.
If you are visiting a student living in one of our apartment communities you can make arrangements to meet them in their community. Visitor parking is available all over campus. Please visit our university maps page to locate the parking option closest to you. If you are a resident requesting for a guest to stay at your on-campus apartment overnight, please read and complete this Apartment Guest Request Form.
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.”