For new and current students, there are eight residence halls available on campus, with co-ed options as well as all-female and all-male residence hall options. Current students also have the option of moving into Tech Village, also located on campus.
Capital Quad is located on the southwest end of campus along the corner of Peachtree Ave and 7th Street. Halls located in Capital Quad include:
Browning and Elvis Hall
Browning/Elvis is an all-male hall open to all majors, with predominantly standard double rooms and a few single rooms. As a traditional hall, it has common area restrooms and bathrooms.
Cooper and Dunn Halls
This residence hall is an all-female residence hall, with predominantly standard double rooms and a few single rooms. As a traditional hall, Cooper/Dunn has common area restrooms and bathrooms.
Ellington and Warf Halls
This residence hall is co-ed, with predominantly standard double rooms and a few single and triple rooms. All rooms have loft beds (beds that can be raised from a standard height to about four (4) feet in order to maximize floor space).
Maddux and McCord Halls
A co-ed residence hall that is the Engineering Specialty Hall dedicated exclusively to Engineering majors. There are a number of activities and programs scheduled throughout the academic year geared towards Engineering students.
Pinkerton Quad is located on the East side of campus along N Dixie Ave and is across from the Roaden University Center. Halls located in Pinkerton Quad include:
Jobe and Murphy Halls
A renovated co-ed traditional hall with five residential floors, Jobe/Murphy is a single building; one half of it is named Jobe and the other half is named Murphy. Murphy is the Honors Specialty Hall for members of the Honors Program.
MS Cooper and Pinkerton
This hall has three residential floors in a five floor building. It is a renovated co-ed traditional hall that is open to all majors. MS Cooper/Pinkerton is a single building; one half of it is named MS Cooper and the other half is named Pinkerton.
New Hall North
This hall has four residential floors in each of the three wings. It is a co-ed hall open to all majors. In the North Wing is “The Perch” lounge and dining venue, which features a recreation spot for students, a convenience store, and two dining locations.
New Hall South
This hall has four residential floors in each of the three wings. It is a co-ed hall open to all majors. A Great Room is located on the first floor off of the lobby and includes ping-pong and pool tables.
The below rates are an estimation of rates per semester. Rates are reviewed and approved by Tennessee Tech University Board of Trustees in May and could increase or decrease.
Fall 2022 and Spring 2023 Room Rates
|Single Room (1 Person)||Double Room (2 People)||Double Room as a Single Room (*Buyout)|
|Renovated Traditional Halls:
Browning, Evins (Male)
Cooper, Dunn (Female)
Ellington, Warf, Jobe, Murphy, MS Cooper, Pinkerton (Co-Ed)
|Murphy Super Single||$3,492||N/A||N/A|
|New Hall North
New Hall South
*Room Buyouts (if applicable) during the academic year are allowed only after the semester begins and all students are accounted for, provided the room space is not needed for other students.
Below are the different residence hall room types that are available on campus.
- Single (one-person) Room - Single rooms in each hall (especially New Hall North) carry a larger rate than other rooms in the same hall
- Super Single (one person) Room - This is a single room type that only exists in Murphy Hall (Honors Village). It also has a full size bed instead of the regular twin bed. Murphy Hall has both regular single rooms and the super single rooms. The cost of the super single room is more expensive. The Honors Program makes all assignments for Murphy Hall after applications are completed.
- Double (two-person) Room - Each hall is designed primarily of double rooms and we will assign two to a room.
- Triple (three-person) Room (No Longer Available) - These are not currently available. We are treating these rooms as double rooms and assigning 2 people exclusively to them because of COVID-19 precautions.