Welcome to University Housing!
to create a diverse residential community by helping students learn to navigate through life experiences while supporting their educational journey.
This can be accomplished by offering a living environment that is an integral component for your success at the University. That is why our residence halls are equipped to provide you with much more than just a place to sleep. They are "living/learning environments" where you have the opportunity to interact with a variety of people from a wide range of backgrounds, participate in various activities in and outside of the halls, and become a leader through your involvement in student organizations and/or student employment positions. Through these experiences you will learn more about yourself as your University education inside and outside the classroom prepares you for your career and your future.
On Campus Living
TWU campus living options offer multi-storied towers to more traditional architecture, all located on the main campus in Denton, offering a wide range of choices in student living. Accommodations are available in Jones, Stark, and Guinn residence halls for freshmen and sophomores. Lowery Woods and Grove Street apartments provide housing for Sophomores. Limited spaces are available for Juniors and seniors in the TWU Select apartments. Family Housing is available for married students with children and single-parent families in the Lowry Woods community. All housing is available on a space available basis.
We are sorry that we cannot offer campus Housing for Juniors, Seniors, Graduate and Post-Baccalaureate students for the 2015 Fall semester. The limited housing for Juniors and Seniors is now full.
- Family Housing
The on-campus location and academic atmosphere make these apartments an exceptional housing opportunity
- Rates and Contract Terms
- Bacterial Meningitis Requirement
All students who plan to reside in on-campus housing must show evidence of vaccination against bacterial meningitis. The student must have received the vaccination at least 10 days prior to moving into the residence halls.