Living on campus is your best option for convenience, belonging, academic success and all that campus life has to offer.

Students who live on campus generally do better academically and stay on track to graduate.

Living on campus in your first year at UTSA makes it easier to make friends, get involved on campus, and feel a greater sense of belonging.

Nearly everything you need is within walking distance—food, gym, library, classes, labs, study sessions, tutoring, academic advising and support, counseling and health services, and much more.

Even if some of your classes are online, living on campus ensures access to reliable high-speed internet, library resources, quiet study spaces, and a healthy mix of privacy within a community of your peers.


Spring 2023 Contracts for UTSA owned and managed housing communities are now available to review and complete. Contracts will be accepted on a rolling basis as long as space is still available. The earlier you finalize your contract, the better your chances are to get your preferred space.

Housing Assignments will be conducted on a weekly basis. Please make sure to check your UTSA Student email for your assignment and move in information


2023-2024 Academic Year Contracts for UTSA owned and managed housing communities will not be available until Spring 2023. The application is available for you to begin, and students will be notified via email when the contract is available to sign. The earlier you finalize your contract once it is available, the better your chances are to get your preferred space and roommate.

Please note that once the contract is available to sign, we will post our dates and deadlines here. Students will also be emailed any important information to their UTSA student email.

Ensuring the safety, wellbeing and success of our residents is a top priority. On-campus residential living community policies follow the public health and safety directives issued by UTSA, which are guided by our Recovery Operations Team. UTSA will continue to make policy adjustments and implement additional measures as necessary. Visit the UTSA Housing Infectious Disease Updates page for more information.