Questions on where to live? Here’s some helpful information to get you started.
On-Campus Housing: Residence Life provides a welcoming, educational, and sustainable community living at the heart of the Aggie experience. Residence Life’s goal is to provide an array of programs, campus experience, and easy to access facilities while living on campus. Through these services, it allows a student to maximize the overall academic experience. On campus housing encompasses initiatives including study spaces, faculty engagement, and academic achievement events.
On campus housing is home to approximately 11,000 Aggies (including Corps of Cadets). Students have the option of residence halls and university apartments. Residence Life offers six different types or styles of residence hall living spaces: balcony style, corridor style, commons style, modular style, ramp style, and Hullabaloo. Members of the Corps must reside in the Corps resident hall unless approved by the Commandant. Applications and more information can be found at Housing & Res. Life.
Off-Campus Housing: The Bryan/College Station community has plenty of student-friendly places to live. To begin your search, check out AggieSearch, our online database which lists a variety of off-campus properties. You can also use AggieSearch to find a roommate or a list a sublease.
If you are ready to sign a lease, but have questions or want to better understand what the legal jargon means to you, Student Legal Services can help. Student Legal Services is happy to meet with you about any off campus concerns or questions, including: lease explanation, repair issues, issues with getting your deposit back, moving out early, and even roommate mediation. Just call 979-862-4502 to schedule an appointment.