Residence Life offers six different types or styles of residence hall living: balcony style, corridor style, commons style, modular style, ramp style, and Hullabaloo Hall. These living styles feature many of the same amenities, but each differs in concept. They are showcased below.
Residence Life offers students a variety of types of buildings to live in, and each building has something different to offer. Learn more about each hall and find your style as you explore living on campus at Texas A&M University.
A Living Learning Community (LLC) is a residential clustering of students who share academic or social and cultural interests.
Many of the living-learning options allow students to attend classes with the same group of peers in their residence hall, and some of the programs have faculty and academic adviser offices within the same residence hall.
Some LLCs are major-specific, college specific, scholarship-based, or have other criteria for membership. Take a few minutes and explore what these tight-knit communities have to offer.