Welcome from the Director of Residential Life
Greetings from Tennessee Tech and the Office of Residential Life and welcome to campus housing.
We are very pleased that you have chosen to live with us on campus. We believe that you will find campus living to be an enjoyable and rewarding experience. Being a part of a positive learning community, which is also directed towards involvement and connections can have a direct correlation to your success and satisfaction at school. Studies indicate that the more connected a student is to school the better chance you will have for success. Living on campus is a great opportunity for expanding students’ opportunities for campus connections. Whether it is getting involved in Village/Hall Council, getting to know and becoming friends with the many diverse members of your floor, working with your Faculty Head or just developing a relationship with your roommate. These relationships & involvements can often be life-long experiences that you will remember fondly well after you have graduated and are working in your career.
As you review our web-site you will be able to find the different housing options that we offer, including more specific information about each hall or apartment. Whether it be a renovated traditional hall, a newer hall with private bathrooms or one of our apartments, we believe that you will have a positive experience that can extend well past college.
Wishing you a great semester,
Director, Residential Life
NOTE: Residential Life is a part of Student Affairs, reporting directly to the Vice President for Student Affairs.
- VISION STATEMENT
Residential Life at Tennessee Technological University is a living/learning community that seeks to serve society by developing the leaders of tomorrow and extending opportunities to enhance individual identity.
- MISSION STATEMENT
The residential life program is a self-supported department that exists as an integral part of Tennessee Technological University. The Department of Residential Life supports the University's mission by providing our residents with the best housing experience possible. Offering residents, with support from our Learning Villages and the Flight Path program, additional opportunities to connect with the University as well as each other by:
- Providing residents with opportunities to participate in a broad range of extracurricular activities, giving them tools to help succeed as a student as well as to develop into a self-sufficient, productive member of society.
- Providing residents with a living environment that is a positive community: one that is; reasonable priced, safe, comfortable, well maintained, supportive and conducive to education, and diversity.