Each Complex or Residence Hall houses a Complex Council, which is a subdivision of RHA. Complex Councils write legislation for individual complexes, provide local programming and work with the hall community to provide for their individual residents.
Contact your hall office to find out when your Complex Council meets. You're already a member, so get involved and become a leader!
Chitwood and Weymouth Halls are located on the southwest side of campus near the College of Architecture and the Jerry S. Rawls College of Business Administration. Men live in Weymouth and women live in Chtiwood.
Both Chitwood and Weymouth offer the First Year Success (FYS), PEGASUS, and Prelaw Learning Communities for interested students.
Coleman Hall houses first-year, male students and is located on the Southwest side of campus.
Contact: (806)742-2645 or facebook
More Information: http://housing.ttu.edu/coleman.php
Hulen-Clement is co-ed and is located on the South side of campus. It is home to the Education Learning Community as well as the Architecture and Design Learning Community.
Contact: (806)742-2615 or facebook
More Information: http://housing.ttu.edu/hulen-clement
Wall/Gates is a residence hall located on the south side of the Texas Tech University campus in Lubbock, TX. With over 700 residents, Wall/Gates is lead by a staff of 18 Community Advisors, Student Assistants, and a Complex Council.
Residence Life Coordinator: Allie Duarte
Graduate Hall Coordinator: Sara Harrison
The Horn/Knapp Complex for women is located on the east side of campus, close to the Student Union Building, Music Building and the Sports Science Building. Formal and informal lounges, kitchenettes, study rooms, a TV lounge, vending machines and limitless laundry rooms are amenities provided for the convenience of residents.
Intensive Study floors and the Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Learning Community are available. The WISE Learning Community in Knapp provides many opportunities for participants to create study groups and to work with other women in the engineering and science fields.
Gordon Hall offers a unique co-ed by suite living arrangement for men and women admitted to the Honors College.
Residents also have the opportunity of joining the Honors Learning Community.
Sneed and Bledsoe Halls, residence halls for men, are located near the College of Engineering, West Hall, and Holden Hall. Bledsoe Hall offers the Engineering Success Learning Community. Students living in this community have the opportunity to create study groups, develop relationships with faculty and students participating in the learning community and live in close proximity to classrooms.
Contact: (806)742-0073 or twitter
Carpenter/Wells offers apartment-style living for upperclassmen and is open year-round. It is located on the Northeast side of campus.
Murray Hall is the newest Hall at Texas Tech! It is open to Sophomores or higher and is open year-round. Murray Hall offers suite-style housing.
Carpenter-Wells also houses the Leadership Development Center.
Contact: (806)742-4543 or email
More Information: http://housing.ttu.edu/murray.php
The Stangel/Murdough Complex, located on the central-western edge of the main campus, is near the Jerry S. Rawls College of Business Administration and the Biology and Experimental Sciences Buildings.
The Health Sciences and the College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources Learning Communities and Intensive Study Floors are available in each hall.