UTSA Housing and Residence Life (HRL) offers unparalleled comfort and convenience when it comes to on-campus housing. Housing staff members act as catalysts in the development of each student, providing a wide scope of programs and services designed specifically to help students succeed. Alvarez Hall, Chaparral Village and Laurel Village offer students various amenities including The Roadrunner Café, our main cafeteria. Living on campus allows you to explore your interests in depth with other students and have the added benefit of interacting with and learning from faculty and administrators in addition to your classroom experiences.
Campus Living Villages (CLV), a privately owned company, owns and operates both Chisholm Hall and University Oaks pursuant to long-term ground leases with the University. A student choosing one of these options is contracting with a private company (CLV), not the University.
Chisholm Hall is a traditional-style residence hall, conveniently located near Road Runner Café, offering both double occupancy and private rooms. University Oaks is a large apartment complex with a variety of floor plans, all of which have full kitchens (including stove/oven). Visit the Campus Living Villages website by clicking here.
The last day for walk-in housing tours for 2015 is December 11th, 2015.
UTSA Housing will begin offering tours for 2016 beginning January 11th, 2016 Monday through Friday from 10:00am to 5:00pm. Housing tours begin at Alvarez Hall with visitor parking available in front of Alvarez Hall. Please allow 20-30 minutes per tour.
Note: There will be no model to show as all rooms in housing will be utilized to house UTSA students for 2016-2017. If we are able to offer a model to show, we will update our website with that information.
For groups 10 or larger, please call our marketing office for more information at (210) 458-6834.
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