Residence Halls

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Residence Halls
Success at UT starts with Living On Campus.

Accessible Accommodations
If you have a medical or disability-related need that impacts where you will live, please indicate the type of accommodation you will require in the space provided on your housing application. You will need to submit a request and documentation to SSD (Services for Students with Disabilities). They will review the documentation you provide and forward our office the recommendations regarding your housing accommodations. All disability information will be kept confidential within the SSD office. Your request will not be processed unless you submit the documentation to SSD. Please refer to the following link for the complete accommodation request process:

Living Learning Communities
Living Learning Communities (LLCs) are residential communities that introduce and integrate academic and social learning through faculty/staff involvement and holistic education. LLCs at UT are designed to create a greater sense of community through increased opportunities for faculty and peer interaction around specific topics. Students living in LLCs live together in the same area of a residence hall and share experiences that reinforce the theme of their LLCs. Learn more about Living Learning Communities.

Supplemental Housing
University Housing and Dining feels strongly about offering the experience of living on campus to as many students as possible. Living on campus is an important part of the college experience. When all of our permanent space has been offered to students, supplemental space is offered to those still wanting to live on campus. Learn more about supplemental housing.