Living and Dining on Campus

Why live on Campus?

Living on campus provides students with the whole college experience. Living on campus lets you extend your learning beyond the classroom through social and educational activities with a diverse community of students.  On campus living gives you the opportunity to live and form meaningful connections with student who have similiar interests and aspirations.


Incoming Student Application

Housing and Dining Services would like to welcome all newly admitted students to the TU Family! We know this is an exiting time for you and we want to make your housing experience the best it can be. Now is the time to begin the process of applying for Housing for the 2014-2015 term.

To begin the process, visit CaneLink and login.  CaneLink is your Link to Campus!  Before you go over to CaneLink, you might want to explore all of your Housing options.  Just visit these pages on the left bar under Residence Halls or Apartments.  

Things to look forward when you live on campus: 

Convenience! Campus life means being on campus! Your friends are here, your classes are here, your study groups meet here, the library is here, it is just easier for you to be here!

Always something to do! Residence Life plans a ton of events throughout the year! Whether it is your RA or ACA area programs, Residence Hall Association housing-wide programs, Hall Government traditions, or the massive Residence Life Hurricane Thursday events, life is exciting on campus!

Laundry is provided! No quarters are needed and no cards to swipe. All housing has laundry machines provided.

Internet everywhere! Whether you are plugged in or just simply want to roam, wired connections are available in your apartment or residence hall space, and wireless is everywhere else!

The University of Tulsa is interested in how resident students can enrich their experiences in an already vibrant campus environment, which is why we have established housing requirements as well as offer a variety of lifestyles to meet the needs of all students.

Students living on-campus are:

  • more likely to persist in college and complete their baccalaureate degree in four years;
  • more likely to earn professional degrees;
  • more likely to achieve a higher grade point average;
  • reported to have greater satisfaction with their living environment;
  • regarded as having a positive self-image, with enhanced self-confidence, public speaking ability, and similar measures of self-reliance;
  • reported to participate in more extracurricular activities.



Click to download a copy of 2013-2014 the Guide to Campus Living.