Welcome to Tennessee Tech and congratulations on becoming a Golden Eagle! Living on campus is not only a significant aspect of the Tennessee Tech experience, it is provides you with convenient access to classes, dining services, the library, campus safety office, and other student services designed to help you be successful.
Living on campus will allow you to connect with both faculty and your peers in your classes, as well as staff who can help you. It also makes it easier to get involved on campus through student organizations, programs and events.
Take some time to explore our website to learn more about the housing requirement, the residential communities, and the ways we will help support you on your educational journey. If you have any questions and need assistance, contact us at 931-372-3414 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to you joining our housing community!
There are a host of perks for living on campus. Here are just a few of them:
- Free high-speed internet (Wi-Fi in all rooms)
- Free laundry
- Private bathrooms in New Hall North and New Hall South
- In hall dining options in Maddux/McCord Hall
- Designated parking near your residence hall
- University police patrol campus 24/7
- Campus shuttle buses
- On-campus Starbucks location
- On-campus bookstore
- Proximity to class and other campus resources
- Off-campus dining and shopping proximity
- Access to 24/7 study areas within your assigned buildings
- Hall Directors on call from 9:30am-4:30pm daily
- Resident Assistants on call from 7pm-8am daily
If you are a freshman, you are required to live on campus. We do have some exceptions to this rule. However, students have to be eligible for the exception. The student can’t already be in checked in and in contract after school starts:
- You are 21 years of age or older
- Living with a parent or legal guardian at their permanent address within a 50-mile driving radius of the university
- Living with a sibling who is a full-time student
- Single Parent
- Previously have lived in Tennessee Tech housing for 2 full semesters
If you meet one of these exceptions and already have a housing hold, you may fill
out the Request for Release form to go through the housing release process.
The State of Tennessee requires that all new incoming students living on campus who are under 22 years of age, produce proof of adequate immunization against Meningococcal Disease (Meningitis) on or after your 16th birthday. You must submit this proof to the Health Services office. Please do not send anything to Residential Life. You are not allowed to check into your room or apartment if you DO NOT HAVE your meningitis documentation submitted to Health Services. Please refer all questions and submit proof to Health Services.
Disability Housing Requests
Do you have a physical disability or condition warranting special consideration in making your assignment? If YES, students requesting disability housing accommodations MUST register with The Accessible Education Center (formerly Office of Disability Services) before housing accommodations may be provided.