Texas State’s 24 residence halls and apartment communities are home sweet home to over 6,500 students. All residence hall rooms are furnished and include access to cable television, local telephone service and high-speed Internet connections. Each of our residential facilities is staffed by a full-time residence director or graduate assistant, along with undergraduate student resident assistants who are there to help when you need it.
Our residential campus provides a supportive community, and most entering freshmen are required to live on campus to get off to a strong start at Texas State. Transfer students with fewer than 30 hours may be required to live on campus, too. See the university housing policy to find out who’s required to live on campus and how to submit a request for an exception.
When you live on campus, you’ll also participate in a dining plan. You'll find a healthy variety of fresh-cooked meals, including daily vegetarian and gluten-free choices, from the all-you-can-eat service at Commons and Harris dining halls. Or you can grab a meal on the go from several of the popular national chains at Jones Food Court and the LBJ Student Center, like Starbucks and Chick-fil-A.
Get the specifics about Housing and Residential Life and Dining Services at Texas State, and see how our Living-Learning Communities let students connect their on-campus living experience with their academic goals.