Living on Campus

Welcome to Housing & Dining! Much of your college education will occur outside of the classroom. To make the most of your Pioneer experience, consider living on campus with University Housing & Dining!

By living on campus, you will stay in touch with the heartbeat of TWU. You will also be centrally located near classes, libraries, dining halls, campus events and other “can’t miss” foundations of the TWU experience.

Make yourself at home on our website. If you still have questions please contact our office for assistance. We look forward to serving you.

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Applications for the 2024-2025 Academic Year are now available for new residents.

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Health & Well-Being

Mental Health Services

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) staff at Texas Woman's University strive to support the well-being of clients and staff while also protecting their safety and privacy.

You can find updated information on their services and additional mental health resources on the CAPS website.

If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, you may call the TWU Department of Public Safety at 940-898-2911 and ask to speak to the on-call therapist, both during and after business hours. Additionally, CAPS has a 24/7 Crisis Line for all campuses at 940-898-HELP (4357).

Find other crisis resources including your nearest emergency room, 911, below:

      Text "home" to 741741

      National Suicide Line: 800-784-2433

      Denton County Crisis Line: 800-762-0157

      Dallas Suicide Crisis Center: 214-828-1000

      Fort Worth/Tarrant County Crisis Center: 817-335-3022

      Grayson/Cooke/Fannin County Crisis Line: 877-277-2226


Page last updated 10:20 AM, June 26, 2024