We believe it's important for our community to have access to extraordinary living, learning and working experiences beyond the classroom. By providing clean, attractive, safe facilities for campus residents and diverse, high-quality food options — along with partnerships and programs dedicated to improving quality of life for our students, faculty and staff — we work hard to create a positive, comfortable environment on the Forty Acres.
Living on campus is about more than sharing a room. It's about building community. University residence halls and apartments support learning and growth outside the classroom with individual support, special programs and unique learning environments.
From the buffets at J2 or Kins Dining to the wide range of popular restaurants across campus, Longhorns never have to look far for a good place to eat.
Looking for the support of university housing, but want apartment-style living? The University Apartments are a great, convenient option for families, graduate students and undergraduates with at least 30 credit hours.
We offer meal plan options to meet the dining needs of residents and students who live off campus. Meal plans are connected to UT ID cards and make dining on campus easy and accessible for all.