Texas A&M University students can choose from several housing options on or off campus. No matter where you live, you won't be far from what you need. Bryan-College Station offers plenty of choices for shopping, dining and entertainment.
Live On Campus
More than 11,000 students choose to live on campus each year. The Department of Residence Life offers several housing options for students. Our campus also has accommodations for guests, including those visiting for conferences. Campus housing features sustainable living and health and safety practices.
Tours of On-Campus Housing
If you're considering living on campus, you can take a tour to help with your decision. We provide virtual and in-person tours of on-campus housing options.Explore Housing Tours
Accommodations for about 2,600 cadets are available in 12 halls on the Corps of Cadets Quad. As a member of the Corps of Cadets, cadets are required to live in Corps housing. Housing assignments are based on unit assitnment, class year and gender.
We offer 25 unique residence halls and modern White Creek Apartments complex units. Resident halls' live-in staff provide social and academic support. Halls and apartments feature access to tutoring, technology and study spaces.
The Gardens Apartments is an on-campus apartment complex for undergraduate and graduate students. Units are available to students who are married, have dependent children, are U.S. military veterans, or are international.
Our campus has seven Living Learning Communities. Living Learning Communities are residential clusters of students who share academic or common interests. They provide resources, support and enhanced activities centered around a specific focus.
Live Off Campus
If you want to live off campus, there are plenty of options to choose from in Bryan-College Station. And to help you find your new home, we offer many resources to help you with your search and find related information.