Residence Life and Housing in Russellville 

Join us and discover how special it is to live at Tech! Here you will make lifelong friends, find community, and contribute to time honored traditions as well as make a few new ones. Learn about our two-year residency policy and get started by applying for housing at Tech today.

If you have any questions about us or applying  contact us by phone or email. 



Live on campus. We will let you choose which hall, room, and location you want! All halls and rooms are individually priced to keep your options more open. Plus, you can save money on utilities, furniture, and commuting time/gas.


Connect to our community, meet new people, expand your worldview, learn about new cultures, and experience an overall sense of belonging.


Grow into the person you were meant to become by getting better grades and taking on new job opportunities. Residence Life is one of the biggest employers on campus and students who live on campus are more likely to graduate.



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 Hear it from our family

I had great experiences living in ATU dorms. My freshman year, I requested a random roommate. ATU did a great job with the survey of my living preferences because my roommate and I were very compatible, as were our suitemates! We lived in Nutt Hall, and we did everything together. My sophomore through senior years, I lived with another girl in an on-campus apartment. We absolutely loved our time in the apartments! We all still keep in touch today through social media. These girls definitely made my time at ATU memorable!

Emily Stroud High School Mathematics Teacher Beebe Public Schools

I think living on campus is a great way to get involved with the school, especially as a freshman. We all loved being roommates and I think knowing we had this support system and a sense of comfort in our dorm is what allowed us to focus on our studies and have a good time as well. The most important thing was that we were able to communicate with each other about what was going on in our lives, because this was all a new experience for each of us and it was nice to know no one was alone in that

Ally Shelnut BFA Graphic Design Senior