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Tours

  1. Residence Halls Tour

    Residence hall tours are offered at 12:30 p.m. Monday-Friday.*

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    1. Welcome to the Office of Residential Living!

      Residence hall tours are offered at 12:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, with the exception of University holidays. Tours depart from the Office of Residential Living, located in Centennial Hall.

       

      West Texas A&M University is home to 11 residence halls which house approximately 2,400 students on campus. The Residence Hall Comparison Chart* offers details on building amenities.
      *Prices listed  are based on 2014-15 academic year.


    2. Stafford Hall

      Stafford Hall is a two-story residence hall for female students at West Texas A&M University. It is one of the first buildings you will see as you arrive on the WTAMU campus. Stafford Hall is conveniently located near Mary Moody Northern Hall, the Classroom Center, and the Fine Arts Complex. Its traditional look carries on the historic WTAMU spirit on which this University was founded. It offers residents both cable and modern internet access in each room. The hall features an air-conditioned lobby, big screen television, piano, pool table, a community kitchen, and laundry facilities.

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    3. Cousins Hall

      Cousins Hall, named after the University?s first president, is considered the most historical residence hall at West Texas A&M University. It is the first dormitory built by the state of Texas on the campus of a teacher?s college. It retains its early charm as the only hall with its own ballroom. It also features a grand piano, private wings, ping pong and pool tables, big screen television, carpeted rooms and laundry facilities. It is a card-access hall and offers cable and internet access for its female residents.

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    4. Guenther Hall

      Guenther Hall is an air-conditioned, 12-unit residence hall for WTAMU?s male students. The hall, built around a shady courtyard, offers its residents extra-long twin mattresses, built-in furniture, and carpeted floors. Cable and ethernet connections are available along with laundry facilities, foosball, a dart board, a pool table, and a big screen television. The close proximity of this hall to the classroom center and the JBK Student Center allows for a quick walk to class.

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    5. Conner Hall

      Conner Hall is home to University honors students. It is a co-ed hall and offers 47 private rooms available only to students participating in the Attebury Honors Program.  Each private room offers cable and ethernet connections, carpeting, built-in furniture, and a game room. Being a smaller residence hall contributes to Conner's feeling of community. Students congregate in the air-conditioned lobby to visit or watch the big screen television. Laundry facilities are also available.

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    6. Buff Hall

      Buff Hall, built in 2008, features Òsuper suitesÓ for 176 upperclassmen. Each suite has a common living area, a mini-kitchen equipped with a full-size refrigerator, and four private bedrooms and two baths. Each bedroom offers wireless internet and cable-TV access. The hall also has laundry facilities, group study room, multimedia room, and a full community kitchen. Residents have all the advantages that on-campus housing offers as well as all the freedom and privacy that upperclassmen desire. Buff Hall is the only residence hall that features year-round housing.

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    7. Shirley Hall

      Students living in Shirley Hall have easy access to the University?s Dining Hall, Cornette Library, Terrill Lawn, and Virgil Henson Activities Center. The female residence hall features a family atmosphere consisting of 12 air-conditioned units arranged around an attractive courtyard. Three additional units house the Greek Social Sororities. Shirley is a card-access hall with spacious study areas, a big screen television, a community kitchen, and laundry facilities. Residents also enjoy cable access and ethernet connections in each room.

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    8. Centennial Hall

      Centennial Hall opened its doors to 340 students in 2011. This four-story residence hall features double rooms with individual sinks. This co-ed facility is designed to provide residents with the privacy they desire, as well as a strong community environment. Residents enjoy a formal lobby, multiple study lounges, three gaming lounges, a full community kitchen, and wireless internet. Additionally, the Office of Residential Living is housed in the facility.

      The Office of Residential Living maintains the University?s eleven residence halls which house approximately 2,200 undergraduate and graduate students each year. Each hall has its own unique appeal for a ?home away from home? to meet each student?s personality, living style and location preference. The Office of Residential Living strives to create an atmosphere that promotes academic success, personal growth and social awareness for each of its hall residents.

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    9. Cross Hall

      Cross Hall is an air-conditioned, high-rise residence hall that is home to 190 female students. The card-access hall offers residents the convenience of elevators, carpeted rooms and cable and ethernet connections. The hall features individual floor lobbies, floor balconies, and a main lobby with ping pong and pool tables. Laundry facilities and a community kitchen also are available.

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    10. Jones Hall

      Jones Hall is the high-rise, air-conditioned residence hall for male students. The hall offers its residents easy access to the Virgil Henson Activities Center. The card-access hall features elevators, a television room, individual floor lobbies, floor balconies, and accommodations for students with disabilities. Rooms are carpeted and cable and ethernet connections are provided.

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    11. Jarrett Hall

      Jarrett Hall, an all-male facility, is one of the largest residence halls on campus. It is comprised of 24 units built around a divided courtyard. The rooms offer carpeting and cable and ethernet connections. The air-conditioned lobby features a big screen television and foosball, ping pong and pool tables. Laundry facilities are available. The hall also provides accommodations for students with disabilities. Jarrett Hall is also close in proximity to the Dining Hall and the Virgil Henson Activities Center.

    12. Founders Hall

      Founders Hall opened its doors to 400 new residents in the Fall of 2013. It is now WTAMU's largest and most state-of-the-art residence hall to-date. A place to grow, learn, and make friends. Home away from home. A community designed to enhance your campus living experience! Founders Hall is also home to students in the Living-Learning Community programs here at WTAMU.

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