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.
Applications for Spring 2023 and the 2023-2024 Academic Year are now available.
Health & Well-Being
Mental Health Services
We recognize this is a challenging time for everyone. Embedded Housing psychologist Dr. Kristina Rodriguez and Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) staff want to do their best to be supportive while also protecting the safety and well-being of clients and staff. The following information serves as the current plan for providing mental health services this fall semester.
Per recent recommendations from the CDC and governing organizations in the field, CAPS will primarily conduct therapy sessions via confidential video conference or phone. To inquire further about services or schedule an intake session, please call the main CAPS office at 940-898-3801.
Additionally, all group therapy and outreach events/workshops will be conducted virtually through video conference.
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. You may also utilize other crisis resources including your nearest emergency room, 911, or the following:
⦁ 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
You can find updated information on our services and additional mental health resources on the CAPS website: www.twu.edu/counseling.
Illness on Campus
TWU students, faculty, staff, and visitors should remain diligent about protecting themselves from COVID-19. This includes monitoring for symptoms, isolating after a positive test, and taking other precautions depending on personal risk factors. Individuals who feel sick, test positive, or have been exposed to the virus should follow current CDC guidelines for isolation/quarantine, as well as the treatment advice of their medical provider.
As of August 1, 2022, changes were made to the TWU COVID-19 Reporting requirements. Reporting of positive tests or exposures to Risk Management is no longer required and contact tracing will no longer be conducted.
All employees, students and visitors are recommended to self-screen for COVID-19 related symptoms BEFORE coming to any TWU campus.
For more details, download the COVID-19 Self-Screening Form.
Page last updated 7:51 AM, October 26, 2022