IntroductionFrom late May through mid-August, we open up our residence halls to allow University and University co-sponsored groups and organizations stay with us overnight and eat in our dining facilities. Our residence halls are well-maintained, conveniently located, and most importantly ? affordable. Whether your group needs housing and dining for 10 people or 1000, we can accommodate you.
Planning a Conference
Jester East and Jester West are both traditionally used for youth camps. Both East and West primarily feature community bathrooms with certain wings having connecting bathrooms between two rooms. The ground floor of Jester is home to Jester City Limits, a cafeteria style dining center, and the 2nd floor of Jester West is our all-you-care-to-eat dining facility.
San Jacinto Hall is traditionally used to host adult conferences, as it contains multiple meeting spaces outlined below. Each room contains its own private bathroom. In the basement of San Jacinto is Cypress Bend, a dining facility that caters to everyone with a market, grill, deli, and convenience store.
- 6,000 square foot meeting room that divides into 3 rooms
- 4 conference rooms 579-771 square feet (can be combined)
- Conference, banquet, classroom or theatre style seating available
- High definition Video and Audio system
- Quick access to Cypress Bend deli, market and grill
- Close proximity to Brazos Garage and convenient transit routes
- Campus Map - UT parking and accessibility maps. (San Jacinto Residence Hall and Brazos Garage are located in area 3.)
- Brazos Garage - Hours and information for the closest pay-garage to San Jacinto Residence Hall. Somehow we need the link to the rates.
- Event Parking Request - If you plan to bring guests from off-campus, we advise you to submit an event parking reserve space for your group.
- San Jacinto Hall on Google Maps
- Jester West on Google Maps
AmenetiesThese accommodations are furnished with two twin beds, two desks, two chairs, a closet and a combo microwave-refrigerator. Our rooms in San Jacinto hall come equipped with a TV as well. While some rooms feature private or connecting bathrooms, in most of our residential halls shared bathrooms are located along the hallway.
DiningWhile staying with us, you also have the option of taking advantage of our dining facilities, located within minutes of your residence hall and accessible through a number of flexible meal plans.
Meeting spaceSan Jacinto Residence Hall houses 850 students during the academic year. Adult conferences are housed in the North Tower during June and July. Meeting space is available to university and university co-sponsored groups year around.
Pricing and Floor PlansSan Jacinto Meeting Rooms include a large multi-purpose room and 4 conference rooms. The Multi-Purpose room (207) can be divided into three rooms. The cost for each room shown below is for standard seating. Room set up, AV equipment, and other services at additional cost.
A basic floorplan and setup fees can be found here: San Jacinto Meeting Rooms Floorplan and Setup Fees
|Room||Dimensions||Sq. Footage||Capacity (Conference)||Capacity (Classroom)||Capacity (Theater)||Half-Day Charge||Whole Day Charge|
|Meeting Room 204||22' x 27'||602 ft.||16*||30||35||$100||$150|
|Meeting Room 206||22' x 27'||579 ft.||16*||30||35||$100||$150|
|Meeting Room 208||22' x 26'||579 ft.||16*||30||35||$100||$150|
|Meeting Room 210||22' x 34'||771 ft.||20*||36||50||$100||$150|
|Multipurpose Room 207 (All sections)||119' x 50'||6018 ft.||--||270||500*||$700||$1000|
|Multipurpose Room 207 (1/3 section)||38' x 50'||1900 ft.||--||90||166*||$250||$350|
Conference coordinators can acquire internet access for all of their participants by contacting the University of Texas department that is sponsoring the conference. The sponsoring department will then contact the University of Texas campus store to acquire access codes for the conference.
Conference attendees can also purchase internet access individually by connecting their device to the AT&T Wi-Fi network in the residence halls and following the directions presented on their web browser. More information about this can be found at http://www.utexas.edu/its/help/network/404.
For any remaining questions about wireless internet access at The University of Texas, please contact the AT&T helpline at 877-929-7678 or email email@example.com.