Notice of Policy Changes
Important changes to University Housing's cancellation policy will go into effect for the 2019-2020 academic year. Read more.
First-year freshmen who choose to live on campus will be assigned to live in University Commons.
Incoming first-year freshmen also have the opportunity to participate in our Living Learning Communities.
University Commons residence halls feature three-bedroom suites, recreation areas, large communal spaces and study lounges. Available to first-year freshmen.
University Village apartments include a variety of floor plans and amenities. Available to sophomores through seniors and graduate students.
Canyon Creek Heights apartments offer UT Dallas students a variety of floor plans and amenities within walking distance to class. Available to sophomores through seniors and graduate students.
The Department of Housing and Residential Life at the University of Texas at Dallas welcomes students of all gender identities and expressions and is committed to providing an equitable and inclusive community for all residents. Please contact Residential Life to learn about all available housing options. It is our goal to provide an affirming and non-discriminatory housing educational experience. Learn more »
Please inquire with University Housing for available family housing options. There are limited facilities within University Housing that are available for UT Dallas students with spouses and children. These spaces are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. We cannot guarantee family housing options will be available. All persons residing in a family housing unit are required to sign a full apartment housing agreement. Canyon Creek Heights and University Commons are single bedroom housing options for UT Dallas students and are not available as family housing.
There are a variety of other housing options in close proximity to the UT Dallas campus.
Residential Camps & Conference Services offers housing to summer camps, conferences, corporate interns, and non-UTD student summer researchers.