Living on campus places you in the center of the university community and allows you to make the most of opportunities for involvement in both academic and extra-curricular activities.
We offer everything from traditional halls to apartment-style living. If you choose
to live in either our residence halls or apartments, our staff is committed to providing each resident with a quality experience. In addition, ALL Tennessee Tech students have FREE access to use the Cookeville Area Transit System (CATS) bus with their valid student ID.
NOTE: This service is separate from the campus parking shuttles.
Tennessee Tech University is a drug, alcohol, and tobacco (including "e-cigs") free campus.
All residence halls include: utilities (electricity, water, phone with voice mail, cable, and internet access/WiFi), electronic card (student I.D.) access, no-charge laundry facilities, community and study areas, and vending machines (drinks and snacks). Each room includes a desk, chair, chest of drawers, and bed with mattress for each resident. All halls also include an additional study area and classroom.
NOTE: New Hall North and New Hall South also include a small bookshelf.
All residence halls are supported by a professional, full-time, live-in Hall Director
(HD) and student Resident Assistants (RAs). There is an average of one RA per 30 residents.
Each area has a HD office as well as a staff office or desk area. All student campus
residence locations are patrolled by University Police.
Below are the different residence hall room types that are available on campus.
Tech Village Apartments
Tech Village is our apartment option for students living on campus and is located on the northwest side of campus across Willow Ave. We strive to ensure our Tech Village apartments provide you with a comfortable and home-like environment at the lowest possible cost. Most students find that Tech Village is the right choice for making the most of their college careers. By living on campus, you become part of a vital living-learning community and make friendships that will last a lifetime.
All apartments are supported by a professional, full-time, live-in Hall Director (HD) and student Resident Assistants (RAs). There is an average of one RA per 30 residents. Each area has a HD office as well as a staff office or desk area. All student campus residence locations are patrolled by University Police.
All apartments include limited utilities (water, phone with voice mail, cable, and internet access/WiFi), no-charge
laundry facility, Community Center with community/study area, computer room, and vending
machines (drinks, snacks, and ice).
NOTE: All apartment residents are responsible for their own electricity, which is independently contracted with the city prior, to checking in.