The Office of Residential Life realizes the impact that living arrangements can create on a student’s life and education. We feel the decision to live in University housing will provide additional opportunities; for personal growth, educational development, connectedness, and leadership experiences. Studies consistently show that students living in the residence halls have higher grade point averages and lower dropout rates and are involved in more campus activities than those living at home or off campus.
TTU campus has 9 residence halls, one for men, one for women and 7 coeducational halls accommodating approximately 2,300 students. Each residence hall is supported by a Hall Director, a live in professional staff member, and between 9 and 12 Resident Assistants (RAs), upper class students hired to provide support, guidance and community development on each of the floors. Each residence hall is secured by entry through an electronic card access with only assigned residents and staff being allowed entrance. In addition to our residence hall space we also have 228 newly renovated apartments that are to all full-time students. Thse apartments may be rented either individually or shared. The apartments are supported by a Residential Coordinator and 4 Resident Assistants. You may contact our office at 931-372-3548 or email@example.com for additional information about housing at TTU.
||Crawford Village – all female
||Men’s Village – all male
||Engineering Village – coed
|MS Cooper/Pinkerton Halls
||Global Village – coed
||Arts & Media Village - coed
||Business Specialty Hall – coed
Business and Honors will be combined in Jobe Hall for the fall 2015, due to hall renovations.
Honors Specialty Hall – coed
Business and Honors will be combined in Jobe Hall for the fall 2015, due to hall removations.
|New Hall North
||The Tree House - Environmental Village – coed
|New Hall South
||The Service Station - Service Village - coed
The Village concept was conceived to create smaller, more personal groups within the larger university, to enhance student-faculty interaction beyond the classroom and to enhance positive student connections within the University. Each Village will be organized around a common theme and supported by a Faculty Head working together with the Assistant Coordinator, the Residential Life staff and the Village residents.
- The Tree House – Environmental Village, New Hall North, Established Fall 2010
- The Service Station – Service Village, New Hall South, Established Fall 2010
- Women’s Village – Crawford Hall, Established Fall 2011
- Engineering Village – Maddux McCord Hall, Established Fall 2011
- Arts & Media Village – Ellington/Warf Hall, Established Fall 2012
- Global Village – MS Cooper/Pinkerton Hall, New Fall 2013
- Men’s Village–Browning/Evins Hall, New Fall 2013
- Entrepreneurial Village–Jobe/Murphy, New TBA
- Health and Wellness–Cooper/Dunn, New TBA
New Hall North
“Treehouse” Environmental Village
A beautiful co-ed facility, newly opened fall 2010 - housing 238 co-ed residents. New Hall North offers both double and single rooms with private baths. Additional amenities include: a great room for residents to gather on each floor, laundry rooms on each of the upper floors, as well as three study rooms centrally located within the hall. Also housed in New Hall North is the Environmental Village, including the Faculty Head office. As a part of the “Treehouse” there are a number of activities and programs scheduled throughout the academic year supporting environmental issues and additional opportunities for interaction and connection to the campus community.
Attached to New Hall North is the sorority wing; housing chapter rooms for four campus sororities, “The Perch” (pizza and grill) and convenience store, a recreation area - both located on the first floor, as well as a multipurpose/classroom located on the second floor.
New Hall North is available to all students with selected rooms held for new, incoming freshman residents.
New Hall South
“The Service Station” Service Village
The companion to New Hall North, housing 358 co-ed residents, offers double rooms with private bathrooms. Additional amenities include: an atrium lounge that includes a large screen television and a ping pong table, four study rooms located throughout the hall as well as a multimedia classroom on the fourth floor. Also housed in New Hall South is the Service Village including the Faculty Head office. As a part of “The Service Station” there are a number of activities and programs scheduled throughout the academic year supporting service opportunities and additional chances for interaction and connection to the campus community. New Hall South is available to all students with selected rooms held for new, incoming freshman residents.
Maddux/McCord Hall is a newly renovated traditional hall, housing 263 co-ed residents, that offers additional support for engineering students; tutors hired especially to provide direct academic support for engineering students, a tutoring lab, a computer lab specially equipped with engineering programs, two kitchens as well as study lounges. Also housed in Maddux/McCord is the Faculty Head office and classroom for the Engineering Village. As a part of the Engineering Village there will be a number of activities and programs scheduled throughout the academic year geared towards students talking engineering classes.
A traditional hall located just across from the Nursing & Health Services Building, housing 219 women residents. In addition to the normal traditional hall amenities, also housed in Crawford Hall is the Faculty Head office, a kitchen, study rooms and a classroom for the Women’s Village. As a part of the Women’s Village program there will be a number of activities and events scheduled throughout the academic year selected to support women on a college campus.
A newly renovated traditional hall, housing about 119 residents. All Honors Hall residents must be accepted by TTU’s Honors Program to in Murphy Hall. Included in the honors hall is a multipurpose room, study rooms, a kitchen as well as a Faculty Office for the Honors Program.
Arts & Media Village
Ellington/Warf is a traditional hall, housing 200 co-ed residents. This Village invites residents interested in visual, literary and performing arts including music, theater, film, and digital/online media and communication. Share your passion in one or more of these areas with fellow residents, even if you are majoring in something other than the arts or humanities. Located in the Arts & Media Village will be a “Village suite” located on the 1st floor of Warf Hall and will include; a classroom, study area, lounge and Faculty Head Office. Ellington/Warf has also completed a total renovation project. Re-opening for the fall 2014 new amenities will including all new; furniture, HVAC, doors, flooring, paint, hallway carpet and updated lounge and bathrooms.
MS Cooper/Pinkerton Hall
MS Cooper/Pinkerton is a traditional hall, housing 170 co-ed residents. The Global Village will cater to residents that wish to live in a global environment that includes students from all over the world. American and international students will be paired up to live together as roommates as well as having the opportunity to participate programs and activities designed to enhance this international environment. The Global Village will also be utilized as our break and summer hall, to accommodate residents that need a place to live over the university breaks. MSC/P has also completed a total renovation project. Re-opening for the fall 2013 new amenities will including all new; furniture, HVAC, doors, flooring, paint, hallway carpet and updated lounge & bathrooms.
Men’s Village - “The Cave”
A traditional hall located just across from the STEM Center, housing 258 men. In addition to the normal traditional hall amenities, also housed in Browning/Evins Hall is the Faculty Head office, study rooms and a classroom for the Men’s Village. As a part of the Men’s Village program there will be a number of activities and events scheduled throughout the academic year geared to men on a college campus, all designed to enhance and encourage additional positive campus connections.
In addition to our Living Learning Villages we also have 2 specialty housing areas: Honors Program located in Murphy Hall. Jobe Hall provides support for business majors. In specialty housing, the Residential Life staff along with program mentors will provide opportunities for students to assist one another, both academically and personally. Activities include faculty involvement programs, study groups, technology resources and academic support programs. These specialty areas are anticipated to become the Entrepreneurial Village, TBA. Jobe Hall will re-open the fall 2015 and Murphy Hall spring 2016; new amenities will including all new; furniture, HVAC, doors, flooring, paint, hallway carpet and updated lounge and bathrooms.
Tech Village Apartments
There are 228 newly renovated apartments for all students. as well as students married or single with children, graduate students, and faculty/staff. Included in Tech Village is a community Center with pool and ping pong tables, a computer lab, laundry building as well as the Food Pantry.
Additional benefits of Campus Living
Each residence hall and apartments may vary somewhat in the amenities offered, but they all include cable, local phone service, “free” laundry, and RESNET (internet service). All are tobacco free. To view the amenities chart or to apply for campus housing visit our web site at www.tntech.edu/reslife. The web site is full of information, including the campus housing handbook, Guide for Successful Living and a Frequently Asked Questions section. However, if you still find yourself in need of additional information, you can contact us at either firstname.lastname@example.org or (931) 372-3548.
If you are interested in living in one of the Villages or any of the other halls, you may make your request on the housing application, on line at: www.tntech.edu/reslife/applications/.