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Welcome to Residence Life at the University of Texas Permian Basin

We are thrilled to join our Falcon Family. The Freshmen at UTPB live in our three-story residence and dining hall. We offer two room types for residents to choose from: 4-person suites and 2-person suites.

Freshmen living in Student Housing are required to have a meal plan because the suites in the building do not have kitchens.

Incoming Freshman: How to Apply

  • Students requesting to live in Student Housing must complete three tasks before they can be assigned a space:
    • All students must be admitted to the University. This must be done through the Office of Admissions.
    • All students must complete a Student Housing Application
    • All students must complete and return a housing application to the Residence Life Office. This can be done in person, through the mail, or fax. Applications alone do not guarantee a housing assignment as students must be admitted to the university and pay the housing security deposit. Applications may be filed at the Student Housing Office before acceptance to the University due to rooms being assigned on a first-come first-served basis, but it is encouraged that they are first admitted before doing so. Students who delay in requesting housing cannot be assured of a room assignment.
    • $200 security deposit is required with the application to reserve a room. Once a student moves in, the security deposit converts to a damage/cleaning deposit.
    • Note: Students will not receive a room assignment unless they are admitted to the University. Being admitted to the University does not guarantee housing.

Choosing Roommates

On the housing application, there is room to request roommates. You may request to live with others, but all parties must request each other to be placed together. A great way to meet other students is with New Student Orientation during the summer -- get acquainted, choose your roommates, relax, have some fun! We also gave a roommate matching form if you need help finding a roommate that's right for you!

What we provide

Each of the bedrooms are furnished with an XL twin sized bed, desk and desk chair, dressers and a closet space. Here is what you can bring and what you can’t bring to Student Housing. Here is what you can bring and what you can't bring to Student Housing.

Transfer Students: How to Apply

We are thrilled to have you be a part of our Falcon Family! The Upperclassmen at UTPB live in our apartment-styled housing. In the apartments, we offer three room types for residents to choose from: 4 bedroom apartments2 bedroom apartments, and one bedroom efficiencies. Upperclassmen are not required to have a meal plan because the apartments come with a kitchen, but they can still apply for a meal plan.

Students requesting to live in Student Housing must complete three tasks before they can be assigned a space:

  • All students must be admitted to the University.This must be done through the Office of Admissions.
  • All students must complete a Student Housing Application.
  • All students must complete and return a housing application to the Residence Life Office. This can be done in person, through the mail, or fax. Applications alone do not guarantee a housing assignment as students must be admitted to the university and pay the housing security deposit. Applications may be filed at the Student Housing Office before acceptance to the University due to rooms being assigned on a first-come first-served basis, but it is encouraged that they are first admitted before doing so. Students who delay in requesting housing cannot be assured of a room assignment.
  • A $200 security deposit is required with the application to reserve a room.Once a student moves in, the security deposit converts to a damage/cleaning deposit.
  • Note: Students will not receive a room assignment unless they are admitted to the University. Being admitted to the University does not guarantee housing.

Choosing Roommates

On the housing application, there is room to request roommates. You may request to live with others, but all parties must request each other to be placed together. We also have a roommate matching form if you need help finding a roommate that’s right for you.

What we provide:

Each of the bedrooms is furnished with a twin-sized bed, desk and desk chair, dressers and closet space. Each apartment has a kitchen that comes with cabinet spaces, refrigerator, stove/oven, microwave, and dishwasher.  Here is what you can bring and what you can’t bring to Student Housing.

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