EVEN IF YOU HAVE BEEN WEARING BURNT ORANGE YOUR WHOLE LIFE,
YOU PROBABLY DO NOT KNOW EVERYTHING THE 40 ACRES HAS TO OFFER.
WE HAVE PULLED TOGETHER SOME TIPS FOR BEING SUCCESSFUL WHILE LIVING ON CAMPUS.
IT DOES NOT MATTER WHERE YOU WERE BORN,WE KNOW YOU GOT HERE AS FAST AS YOU COULD. WELCOME HOME.
Being involved on-campus and within the residence
halls is one of the best ways to get the most out of
your college experience! Students involved with
URHA or the Residence Hall Council
go on to become RAs and active leaders of UT's
The Division of Housing and Food Service provides many out-of-classroom learning experiences by offering academic support programs in its residence halls. These programs place an emphasis on providing undergraduates with an intimate learning environment that supports collaborative group learning and peer mentoring.
Dining's Prime Cuts
To help you navigate the bounty that our Food Service offers, and to assist with making informed and healthy choices, we have assembled a collection of primary hits.
The Division of Housing and Food Service has created a number of galleries and transformative learning environments in order to facilitate community development, interpersonal and intrapersonal competence, relational development, critical thinking, environmental awareness and social skills.
Living with a roommate can be one of the most rewarding and memorable experiences of your college career. But without proper communication and respect it can sometimes be challenging. Learn the essentials for establishing and maintaining a healthy relationship with your roommate.
Safe and Prepared
Keeping campus safe for the students, staff and faculty who live and work here is of paramount importance to every department on campus. The Campus Safety and Security page provides a variety of resources. Housing and Food Service is dedicated to keeping the residence halls safe and secure.