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Living on Campus

By living on campus, students can fully enrich their TU experience. Campus Housing offers a variety of options to meet the needs and lifestyles of all students. So whether you prefer to live alone or with a group of friends, there is a place for you at TU – one that you can truly call home.

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  • Residence Halls
  • Greek Life
  • Apartments
    • All the stuff you need to know

      Find out all the housing and dining details for first- and second-year students at TU.

      Housing Requirement Housing Options & Rates

    • What does living on campus look like?

      From single rooms to suite-style living, a residence hall reserved for first-year students and single-sex living areas, there’s a place for everyone here.

      Residence Halls Special Communities

    • What's Greek life like at TU?

      Sororities and fraternities offer unique opportunities for living, exploring and growing with friends who will last a lifetime.

      Sororities Fraternities

    • What options do upperclassmen have?

      Independent living in a community of one's peers - what could be more satisfying?

      Apartments Pools & More

    Our Commitment to Safe and Accessible Housing

    Housing Services is dedicated to ensuring a safe and welcoming environment for all members of the campus community. Each residence hall features secured card access entrances to enhance safety and security. Emergency phones are strategically located throughout the campus and residential areas, providing immediate access to Campus Security in case of need. Staff members are available 24 hours a day to assist with urgent matters, ensuring that students receive prompt attention and support.

    Residence Assistants (RAs) live on each floor and serve as valuable resources, often being the first point of contact within the student-life support network. Housing Operation Clerks are assigned to each building and work at the front desk to oversee safety and cleanliness, as well as to address any student inquiries or concerns. Their presence helps maintain a high standard of living and ensures that students have access to assistance and information whenever needed.

    The University of Tulsa is deeply committed to the full participation of students with disabilities in all aspects of college life, including residential living. Campus Housing in partnership with Student Access provides accommodations to TU self-identified students with disabilities.