The University of Texas at Dallas offers housing on a one-on-one basis. We offer bed-based accommodation per student, and we do not allow a student to book more than one bedroom, except in limited cases for family apartments if available. If a student wants to live alone, a student can choose from the one-room units available on campus. If you are a sophomore, junior, senior or postgraduate student, you will find information on accommodation here. If you are a first-year student, read the “First Year Apartment” page. Applicants who do not apply for a completed application are not entitled to a housing contract. On campus, accommodation for first-year students is not guaranteed. UT Dallas has no live requirement for first-year students. Residents who terminate their housing contract are subject to the cancellation policy in their general conditions of university residence. Read the cancellation terms. Your app will be given priority based on availability and when your app will be considered finished. A full application consists of the administration fee due, the presentation of the profile information and the signing of the housing contract. For students who are not 18 years old before moving in, a parent or legal guardian must sign the housing contract on their behalf.
Look at the current availability of student housing in the spring of 2021 who are not first-year students. A roommate agreement is a document that all members of the apartment/suite/room follow during their stay in the room. The contents of the agreement are determined by the roommates and cover several areas, including cleaning tasks, waste removal and hotel conditions. At the beginning of each academic year, peers will work with residents to enter into a flat-and-room agreement. When a new resident moves in, peer counsellors work with the student to implement or re-evaluate the roommate agreement if necessary. Residents will have their accommodation costs transferred to their student account through the Bursars Office. Information on payment and timelines can be found on the Bursars Office website. The following dates are considered the duration of your contract if your general terms and conditions for housing are received and accepted by the University and you receive a housing contract: Residential Camps – Conference Services offers accommodation for summer camps, conferences, business interns and non-UTD summer researchers.
UT Dallas provides suitable accommodation for students with documented disabilities or illnesses. If you have a disability and would like to request accommodation, please visit the Office of Student AccessAbility website. Yes, residents have access to all clubs, swimming pools and study centers of the flatshare. Residents of University Village and Creek Heights Canyon should bring kitchen utensils (pots, pans, plates, utensils, can openers, food and pantry, etc.). Please contact an expert advisor, one of the peer advisors on request or one of the 24-hour receptions at the University Commons. Do you have any other questions? Visit our contact page for more support. The COVID-19 student guide contains specific information, requirements and resources for UT Dallas students. All comets must be familiar with the contents of the guide. The aim of this policy is to define procedures for the university`s response to reports on the lack of students in housing, as provided for in the Higher Education Opportunity Act 2008.
This directive applies to all students living in university housing. Download the “Missing Residential Student” form (pdf). Dallas Off-Campus Housing database is provided as a service at the University of Texas at Dallas Community and only for informational purposes. If a student seeks/needs help after hours for any type of emotional distress, they can call the after-work orientation centre helpline, “UTD TALK” at 972-883-8255.