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Residential Life

The Mission of the Residence Life Department is to provide a living environment conducive to academic achievement, spiritual, physical, cultural and social development while promoting the total well-being of residential students.

Our Vision is that the Residence Life Department will provide a quality residence for students while creating and developing a sense of community among students.

Welcome Letter - Our Commitment to You

The Department of Residence Life will strive to make our residence halls a home away from home for our students. We are dedicated to our residents not only as students, but also as our customers. We will strive to provide a safe environment conducive to the overall developmental growth of the resident. We will promote to those living within our halls and to the college as a whole.

On behalf of Texas College and the housing office staff, welcome to our residence hall system. Our main objective is to provide you with an educational and living environment that will promote your academic, cultural and social development.

Our halls are staffed with skilled professionals who are there to serve you and make your campus home a pleasant one.

Once again, welcome to Texas College and Residential Life!

Residence Hall Programs

The mission of Residence Life provides personal growth programs that will give on-campus students the opportunity to gain insightful knowledge through intellectual, social, and spiritual interaction among residents. The following programs are emphasized:

Residence Hall Council - the governing body for each residence hall. It is responsible for managing funds, recommending policies, and in representing student opinion. Council representatives are residents of the halls and are elected by secret ballots by other residents of the hall of the floor on which they live.

P.L.U.S. - Partnership in Learning for Utmost Success seeks a collaboration with Academic Affairs to promote the value and attainability of academic success through initiative.

Biggest Loser Campaign - A campus wide focus on health to ensure that students are in good physical condition. This campaign is open to students, faculty, and staff.

Life Awareness - Collabarative round table discussion between students and facilitated by special guest to talk about day to day challenges of living.

Building A Sense of Community - Residential discussions about social issues and relationships.

Study Hall - Technological academic advising with hands-on training for class assignments.

Housing Application

For More Information Contact:

Dean of Students, Isaac Williams (903) 593-8311 ext. 4027 or ext. 2316

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