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Women's Halls

Women's Hall is a traditional-style residence hall housing up to 35 female students. This hall is the home of our Living Learning Communities, ¡Mujeres de Accion! and Sista 2 Sista.  This two-story hall has double and private rooms and three community bathrooms. The hall comes with a large lobby and dining area on the first floor, a laundry facility, and a 24-hour access kitchen. This small community allows for close-knit, strong relationships to be built among residents. 

Rooms

Each bedroom includes two built-in, regular-sized twin beds, desks, drawers, closets, and shelves. Each room is equipped with a smoke detector, extended cable service, and an Ethernet connection. 

Restrooms

Restrooms are located on each floor (two upstairs) and include two showers, two toilets and three sinks each. There is also a guest bathroom located on the first floor adjacent to the main lounge.

Internet and Cable

Each room has extended cable service, WIFI, and an Ethernet connection.

Laundry

Residential Living & Learning provides free laundry to all Women's Hall residents. A laundry facility is located on the first floor and includes one washer and one dryer.

Office

The hall office for the F Buildings is located in Prairie Crossing Apartments

Sunday-Saturday 10am-10pm
Phone: (903) 468-3010

Smoking

All facilities in University Housing are non-smoking.

Visitation

Guests are defined as any person who does not live within the same assigned residential community space. This includes other students/residents, or non- students. Residents are not permitted to host guests from outside their assigned hall within their assigned hall or space due to health concerns related to COVID-19. For example, a Whitley resident can visit another Whitley Hall space, but a Phase 3 resident cannot enter Whitley Hall- they can only enter Phase 3 and visit Phase 3 spaces. This Community Standard keeps risk of exposure to COVID-19 between residential areas as low as possible.

It is important to note that for residents that choose to host guests from within the same community into their assigned spaces, hosts are responsible for accompanying any guests while the guest is in their assigned space (for example, do not leave a guest in your space and go to class, etc.) and hosts are responsible for the behavior of their guests.

Items not allowed in housing:

Candles/Incense/Oil Lamps (anything with an open flame)
Halogen Lamps
Portable Heaters (anything with heat coils)
Extension Cords
Any other cooking appliances with the exception of a microwave.
Pets (one 10 gallon tank with fish allowed)

Floor and Room Plan

F Halls