Tower Village Graduate Housing

Graduate Housing at Tower Village

Finding a new place to live can be a difficult task, and it only gets more complicated when you are trying to make arrangements from another country. The Graduate Housing at Tower Village provides an opportunity for students to make a smooth transition from their home to the University of Dallas.

Convenient Location ---
Graduate Housing at Tower Village is located directly across the street from the University of Dallas making classes and several campus features just a short walk across the street. Features include: Campus dining, International Student Center, library and fitness center.

For off campus needs, students will find bus services just outside of Tower Village, providing access to transportation throughout the Dallas area. Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) Orange Line has a University of Dallas light rail station providing quick and convenient transportation between the UD campus, and the Dallas area. 

Amenities

  • 1 & 2 bedroom apartment units
  • 6-, 9- or 12-month housing contracts
  • Pool on the premises
  • Air conditioning
  • Balcony/patio
  • Controlled access
  • Handicap-accessible
  • Dishwasher and disposal
  • Clothes care center
  • Wifi lounge

2015 Rental Fees and Availability ---
Rental fees do not include electricity, water, trash disposal, cable and internet service.

  • 1 Bedroom/1 Bath: From $619/month
  • 2 Bedroom/2 Bath: From $739/month

All pricing is subject to change. Please note that the price of the 2 Bedroom Unit is based on double occupancy. Please contact Beatriz Zuluaga, International Student Services Coordinator, for assistance with finding a roommate.

Click here to visit the Tower Village website.

2014 - 2015 Campus Dining Options --- 

  • All Access Meal Plan
    Unlimited daily access to the Haggar Cafe (Please allow 30 minutes between visits.)
    $100 Declining Balance dollars included
    $2,310/semester includes tax
  • 7 Meal Plan
    7 meals each week of the semester to use in Haggar Caf
    5 guest passes to use for your friends or family
    $400 Declining Balance dollars included
    $1,280/semester includes tax 

Click here for additional information about residential dining options.

Move-in/ Move-out Calendar ---

Students who renew their contract to stay in the housing for the following semester will not be required to move out between semesters. There will be no additional charge for the time between semesters. For summer terms, the move-out date for graduating students will be extended to the day following the commencement ceremony.


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