West Halls are made up of 45 two-bedroom apartments in six buildings: Bledsoe, Neu, Fling, Webster, Wray, and Craddock. These apartments are available to male and female students. West Halls are open to single, upperclassmen students.
Each apartment has two bedrooms. Each bedroom includes a bed, closet, dresser, desk, and chair. The bathroom has a shower. The kitchen has a full-sized stove and oven, counters, a refrigerator, a microwave, and cupboards. The living room comes with a couch, chair, and coffee table.
Details vary per building, but each apartment has both an Ethernet port and a cable connection. In some rooms, cable can be accessed in each bedroom. In others, there is one cable cord located in the living room. Smoke detectors are located in each bedroom and in the living room.
Residential Living and Learning provides laundry to all West Hall residents at no additional cost. The laundry facilities are located south of Bledsoe Hall and include four washers and dryers.
The Family & West Halls Office is located in Craddock Hall C2. Family and West Hall's staff is composed of one Hall Director and four Resident Assistants. Two RAs live in West Halls while 2 RAs live in Family Housing.
Monday – Friday: 2PM-9PM
Saturday – Sunday: 2PM-4PM and 6-9PM
Phone: (903) 886-5791
All facilities in University Housing are non-smoking.
West Halls has an open visitation policy. Although, policy indicates that no children under 16 are allowed to spend the night. Also, overnight guests are only welcome two nights each 15 days. For additional policies, please see the Residential Living and Learning Handbook.
Break housing fees are included in the room rate for Thanksgiving, Winter and Spring Breaks.
The only pets allowed are fish in a maximum capacity tank of 10 gallons. One fish tank per resident.
Items not allowed in housing:
Candles/Incense/Oil Lamps (anything with an open flame)
Portable Heaters (anything with heat coils)