Residence Halls at University Village
Suite assignments for the fall semester will be mailed in July. Names and phone numbers of roommates will be included. Assignments will not be released over the phone.
Freshmen who are admitted for summer or spring will be given their move-in date by University Village staff.
Roommates are assigned based on gender and space availability. All buildings are coed; individual suites are not.
Every effort is made to place students who mutually request each other in the same suite. It is recommended to include special roommate requests on the application.
Applicants will be given priority based on availability and according to the date and time the completed application and fees are submitted.
If no roommate is requested, students will be matched based on answers to questions on their housing applications and the date of their completed application.
Assignments are made without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation or veteran status.
LLC Selection is prioritized over roomate requests.
The Residential Life Office reserves the right to make assignment changes as necessary.
Residence Hall Policies
The maximum occupancy for three-bedroom suites is three occupants.
Parking space is limited and is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Vehicles without permits will be towed at the owner’s expense. Recreational or commercial vehicles are prohibited, unless approved by management. One vehicle per resident is allowed, unless otherwise approved in writing by University Village management. University Village management reserves the right to limit or disallow cars and motorcycles and to change or amend the policies at any time.
Visit the Parking and Transportation website for more information.
University Village Resident Handbook
The Resident Handbook addresses the safety and well-being of the community.
All suites in University Village have one hard-wired internet connection and cable outlet per bed and living area. This amenity is included in the rental rate. Wireless routers are permitted.
Financial Aid Deferment
University Village will defer rental payments for students who provide proof of pending financial aid disbursement. If you have not yet received your financial aid at the time rent is due, you should bring a copy of your award letter to the office and complete a financial aid agreement. Any late fees associated with rent during the period for which the agreement is entered will be waived. if a deferment is approved.
It is recommended that students obtain personal rental insurance. UT Dallas and University Village management do not assume any legal obligations for personal injury, loss or damage to personal property.
Missing Residential Student Policy
The purpose of this policy is to establish procedures for the University's response to reports of missing residential students as required by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008. This policy applies to all students who reside in on-campus housing.
Download the Missing Residential Student Form.
UT Dallas Police provides frequent bicycle, student and squad car patrols throughout University Village, as well as Campus Safe-Walk Escorts
The UniTeD Against Sexual Assault project serves the UT Dallas campus community by providing comprehensive educational programs and information about the issues of violence, including but not limited to, sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking and domestic violence.