Living on Campus

Welcome to Housing & Dining! Much of your college education will occur outside of the classroom. To make the most of your Pioneer experience, consider living on campus with University Housing & Dining!

By living on campus, you will stay in touch with the heartbeat of TWU. You will also be centrally located near classes, libraries, dining halls, campus events and other “can’t miss” foundations of the TWU experience.

Make yourself at home on our website. If you still have questions please contact our office for assistance. We look forward to serving you.

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Applications for Spring 2022 and the 2022-2023 Academic Year are now available.

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Housing updates

New Student Room Selection

Room selection begins April 5-8 for new TWU students who have submitted a housing application on or before March 31, 2022. Visit the Housing Portal to select your room, roommate and meal plan for the 2022-2023 academic year, or go to the New Student Room Selection page for more information.

Students who apply by the below dates will be able to participate in the self-selection process by choosing their space and meal plans during the times below:

  • Apply by March 31 — Self-select space April 5–8
  • Apply from April 1-30 — Self-select space May 3-6
  • Apply from May 1-31 — Self-select space June 7-10
  • Apply from June 1-30 — Self-select space July 12-15
  • Students who apply on or after June 30 will be manually assigned a space beginning July 16.

Summer Closing

University apartments and residence halls will close for summer break on Friday, May 13 at 12 PM. Residents participating in weekend graduation ceremonies or who need to extend their stay must notify their residence director via email prior to May 13. For information on summer housing options, please visit our Summer Housing and Free Summer Housing pages. Please see your RA for more closing details.

Health & Well-Being

Mental Health Services

We recognize this is a challenging time for everyone. Embedded Housing psychologist Dr. Kristina Rodriguez and Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) staff want to do their best to be supportive while also protecting the safety and well-being of clients and staff. The following information serves as the current plan for providing mental health services this fall semester.

Per recent recommendations from the CDC and governing organizations in the field, CAPS will primarily conduct therapy sessions via confidential video conference or phone. To inquire further about services or schedule an intake session, please call the main CAPS office at 940-898-3801.

Additionally, all group therapy and outreach events/workshops will be conducted virtually through video conference.

If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, you may call the TWU Department of Public Safety at 940-898-2911 and ask to speak to the on-call therapist, both during and after business hours. You may also utilize other crisis resources including your nearest emergency room, 911, or the following:

      Text "home" to 741741

      National Suicide Line: 800-784-2433

      Denton County Crisis Line: 800-762-0157

      Dallas Suicide Crisis Center: 214-828-1000

      Fort Worth/Tarrant County Crisis Center: 817-335-3022

      Grayson/Cooke/Fannin County Crisis Line: 877-277-2226

You can find updated information on our services and additional mental health resources on the CAPS website: www.www.ethelitehosting.com/counseling.

 

Illness on Campus

If you develop any symptoms related to COVID-19, stay in or return to your on campus room. Submit your information to the TWU COVID-19 Reporting Form and contact Student Health Services or your medical provider. Contact your Residence Director so that arrangements can be made for food and other necessities while you await further guidance on required isolation, as applicable.

TWU has set aside rooms that will serve as isolation rooms for residents who develop symptoms related to or are exposed to COVID-19. When the student is assigned to an isolation room, they will receive information from Housing & Dining regarding what to bring and procedures for food delivery, trash pickup, laundry, medication procurement and facilities work order requests.

The resident will be responsible for packing their own items to bring with them to the isolation space. They should pack enough personal effects (clothing, toiletries, personal electronics, educational materials, etc.) to last at least 3 weeks. The housing staff will ensure that there are linens and towels in the room and will be communicating with the student on a daily basis.

Additional guidance and protocols will be provided by the housing staff at time of isolation.



 

Page last updated 11:03 AM, April 11, 2022