Students must be admitted to Texas Tech University before they can reserve a room and purchase a dining plan.
Priority Room Selection is the system University Student Housing utilizes to guide students through the process of reserving a room and purchasing a dining plan. It allows you to select your own space in a particular room and residence hall; it does not allow you to select a particular roommate. On-campus housing is in high demand, there is no deadline for signing up. However, all rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Students accepted to the Honors College may sign-up to live in an Honors Learning Community (HLC) in either Gordon Hall or Murray Hall, as long as space permits. The HLC provides a unique experience for students accepted to the Honors College to live together in an environment supporting their academic, personal, and professional success through the enriched learning experiences provided by the Honors College. If you do not currently qualify for an HLC, but believe you will in the future, you should still complete the room selection process while you wait for acceptance into the Honors College. Once accepted, you may have the opportunity to change your room assignment to an HLC. The Priority Room Selection Walkthrough video will guide you through the process.
If you have any questions about signing up for a room and purchasing a dining plan, you can contact University Student Housing directly by phone at 806-742-2661 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Honors Residence Hall
Under Construction and will be open for Fall 2017 semester
We are thrilled to announce the commitment of the university to building a brand new Honors College residence hall. The building will house over 300 students. Each floor has multiple group study spaces and a lounge. A space for conference use that can be expanded in the evenings to host college activities is available on the first floor. The dormitory will be located west of Murray Hal and will be open for the fall term of 2017. We are immensely grateful to the university administration and Board of Regents for their support in this endeavor.
— Michael San Francisco