Housing FAQ's

1) Who is required to reside on campus?

  • Freshmen, Sophomores and first year transfer students (students having less than 60 hrs. cumulative) are required to live on campus and to participate in the central dining hall meal plan.

2) What are the Freshman Halls?    

  • Female Freshmen Halls are: Adams Hall, Sage Hall, and Douglas Hall.
  • Male Freshmen Hall: Bethune Hall

 
3) What other housing is available for Upper-class Students?  

  • Female Upper-class Halls are: Russell Hall, White Hall, Harvey Hall, Younge Hall and Emery I.
  • Male Upper-class Halls are: Banneker Hall, Rockefeller Hall, Tantum Hall and Emery II.
  • Co-ed Hall: James Hall is a special Bioethics co-ed Hall.    

 
4) What Apartments are available at Tuskegee University?  

 

  • The Commons Apartments have 2 and 4 bedroom apartments designed for Tuskegee University students who have completed four (4) semesters of studies and have a minimum of 55 credit hours and a GPA of 2.3 or higher.
  • The Marable Apartments have 2 bedroom apartments designed for Tuskegee University students who have completed four (4) semesters of studies and have a minimum of 55 credit hours and a GPA of 2.3 or higher.

5) When do I apply for housing?

  • Application Deadlines for housing are as follows:
    • for Fall - March 30
    • for Spring – October 30
    • for Summer – March 31

6) When will I receive my housing assignment?  

  • Mail-Out Dates for housing assignments are as follows:
    • for Fall - on or before July 13
    • for Spring – on or before November 30
    • for Summer –on or before May 10
  • Freshman students will receive all of their information--–including housing application—from the Office of Admissions and Enrollment Management, after they have been accepted and have paid the required pre-enrollment fee.

7) Who do I call if I have after-hours housing issues?

  • Please call 334-727-8866 to report After-hours Housing issues (such as heating issue, water leak, or urgent repairs)