Future Student FAQs
Only fish in a tank no larger than 10 gallons are allowed. ADA service animals are allowed. Emotional support animals, approved by the Disability Resource Center, may be permitted. Other animals are not permitted inside the Residence Halls/Apartments.
Please report to your complex office when you arrive to complete necessary paperwork. Resident Assistants (RA's) will be available throughout the weekend to assist you. Students that are participating in an organization that requires early arrival, such as Football or Band, please contact the appropriate person from that office for details regarding move in.
All complexes are fully furnished. You will need to bring bedding:
- Extra long twin (36" x 80") for Boling, Johnson Obear, Lockmiller and Stagmaier
- Private bedrooms on South Campus are full size (Decosimo, Stophel, UCF and Walker) and also North Campus Lockmiller (2 person room only)
- Regular length twin for shared rooms in Decosimo, Guerry and Stophel
Things to coordinate with roommates:
- Small kitchen appliances: toaster, coffee maker, toaster oven, microwave, mini-fridge, etc.
- Pots, pans and dishes
- Living room and bedroom TV's (QAM tuner is required for new cable system)
- Shower curtains
- Cleaning supplies: vacuum, mop, broom, disinfectants, etc.
- Laundry Basket
- Bike and Bike Lock
- Safe/Lock box
- Glade Plug Ins
- Command Hooks
- Spring rod for curtains
Yes. All students that live on campus are required to have a meal plan.
Yes. While it is advisable for every freshmen student to live on campus, exceptions to the requirement can be made under the following circumstances.
- Students that are living at home with a parent/guardian and live within 45 miles from campus while attending UTC as a freshman.
- Those students who are married while attending UTC as a freshman.
- Students that have dependent children living with them while attending UTC as a freshman.
- Students that suffer with a medical condition(s) that makes campus living an unrealistic option.
RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS: All first year Freshmen are required to live on campus. Students may apply for an exception if they: live within a 45 mile radius, are married and / or have a child(ren), have medical condition preventing them from living in a campus environment.
Freshmen requesting to be released from Housing must remember that they are required to live on campus for one academic year. Freshmen withdrawing from housing will be assessed a penalty for terminating your contract. Penalty charges will be the equivalent to the remaining monies due on your housing contract for the academic year. If you have any questions, please call us so we can provide any additional information you may need to make an informed decision: (423) 425-4304.
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