CORPS HOUSING

Aggieland is home to the largest uniformed corps of cadets in the country – outside of the Service Academies.

The Department of Residence Life through the Corps Area Housing Office administers on-campus housing for the Corps of Cadets at Texas A&M University.

Accommodations for approximately 2,600 students are currently available in 12 halls on the Corps of Cadets Quad. Members of the Corps must reside in the Corps residence halls unless approved by the Commandant because they are married, living at home with family (in Bryan/College Station), or have prior military service.

Considering joining the Corps? Visit corps.tamu.edu to explore the leadership experience available to cadets.

Corps Halls

$2,536semester
  • Double Room

Corps of Cadet Halls & History

The Corps Halls were constructed in 1939.  During construction, cadets referred to the site as the “new area.”  Today, the location of the Corps Halls is referred to as the Corps Quadrangle or “Quad” for short.

Renovations to the Corps dormitories would take place in the late 1960s, early 1980s with smaller renovation projects in the early 1990s. In 2015 – 2017 a major renovation of the Corps Halls took place with the addition of connector buildings.

Learn more about the history of the different halls on the Quad.

Named in honor of David W. Spence, who in 1892, was the assistant professor of Civil Engineering.  Spence served as the Dean of the School of Engineering from 1913 to 1917.
Named in honor of E.J. Kiest, who was long-time editor and publisher of the Dallas Times – Herald.  Kiest served on the Texas A&M Board of Directors from 1927 to 1941.
Named in honor of Robert W. Briggs, Class of 1917, from Pharr, Texas.  Briggs served on the Texas A&M Board of Directors from 1937 to 1945.
Named in honor of Charles P. Fountain, who served as head of the Department of English from 1904 until his death in 1921.
Named in honor of Charles S. Gainer, a Bryan attorney.  Gainer served in the Texas Legislature from 1914 to 1918 and in the State Senate from 1928 to 1932.  Throughout his terms, Gainer gave strong support to Texas A&M University.
Named in honor of Walter S. Lacy, Class of 1893, from Waco.  Lacy was President of Citizen’s National Bank of Waco and served on the Texas A&M Board of Directors from 1924 to 1941.
Named in honor of Turney Leonard, Class of 1942, who was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for his service in World War II.
Named in honor of William Harrell, who attended Texas A&M from 1939 to 1941.  Harrell left the University to serve in World War II and was later awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor.
Named in honor of Eli L. Whiteley, Class of 1941, who was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for his service in World War II.
Named in honor of Byrd E. White from Lancaster, Texas.  White served on the Texas A&M Board of Directors from 1922 to 1934.
Named in honor of Henry Hill Harrington, who served as President of Texas A&M from 1905 to 1908.
Named in honor of Joe Utay, who served on the Texas A&M Board of Directors from 1935 to 1941.  Utay was instrumental in Southwest Officials Administration and a member of the Cotton Bowl Association.

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Housing & Assignment Process

As you might have expected, housing within a Cadet Hall requires your participation in this elite leadership organization. By applying for Corps Housing, you are agreeing to be a member of the Corps of Cadets.

Housing assignments within a Cadet Hall is designated by your unit, class year, and gender. These assignments are determined by Corps Operations & Training as well as Corps Area Housing.

Location

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Amenities

Fully furnished rooms

  • Built-in furniture: two desks, chairs, beds, large cabinets, and sinks
  • Cable TV & internet included
  • Electricity included
  • Free community washers and dryers

Leadership Learning Centers

  • H. Grady Ash, Jr ’58 Leadership Learning Center
  • Stephen C. Ash ’87 Leadership Learning Center
  • Tony Buzbee ’90 Leadership Learning Center
  • Susan & Michael J. Plank ’83 Leadership Learning Center

Designed for community

  • Access to Leadership Learning Centers
  • Vending machines
  • Wi-Fi throughout hall
  • Public hallway phones on each floor

Worry-free features

  • Professional, on-site maintenance
  • 24-hour, on-call staff
  • Card-controlled access