Residence Hall Selection Guide
What do the halls offer?
All of our halls include the following:
- Smoke free facilities
- Air Conditioning
- Cable TV
- Close to class
- Internet service (wireless available in all halls)
- Free limitless laundry
- Facilities for students with disabilities
When choosing a residence hall on campus, it is important to consider what options are the most important to you. More Hall Information.
What's most important to you?
The following list of learning communities is for fall 2017, spring 2018.
|Architecture & Design Learning Community||Clement Hall|
|Arts and Sciences - Humanities / Social Sciences Learning Community||Gates Hall|
|Business Learning Community||Murray|
|College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources Learning Community||Murdough|
|First Year Success||Chitwood/Weymouth|
|Media & Communications||Murdough|
|Men of STEM||Sneed|
|Women in Science & Engineering||Knapp|
As soon as a student completes the housing process, roommate information is given to the student online. Students are encouraged to contact their roommates as soon possible.
Roommate Requests – Before Move In
Students who want to live together should sign up for housing at the same time while space is available.
If a full room is not available, students who wish to be roommates may request a room swap. To make the request, one student fills out the Room Swap Form and the other person's currently assigned roommate also fills out the Room Swap Form. The two students swapping must know each other's Texas Tech Student ID in order to make the request.
Both students must be eligible for the requested space or Learning Community and both students must have already signed up for housing.
Roommate Requests – After Move In
Students who are current residents and wish to switch rooms should contact their hall office.
View Roommate Information.