University Housing is in the midst of a multi-phase housing development plan to provide a variety of housing options to incoming UT students. By 2019, we will welcome seven new residential halls to the University Housing family. New construction will take place in three major phases, with each phase contributing to the overall transformation of the campus community.
Phase 1: Fred D. Brown Jr. Residence Hall
Fred D. Brown Jr. Residence Hall, which opened in 2014, was the inaugural project in the overall University Housing redevelopment plan. Our first new hall in more than forty years features two suite styles, abundant community space, an Internet lounge on each floor, and two eateries.
Phase 2: Stokely Hall
The second phase of the redevelopment plan will include Stokely Hall, which will house more than 700 residents in single and shared bedrooms with shared living spaces. This new hall will feature a dining facility and will be open to both male and female students. The project accompanies other campus initiatives, including a 1,000-space parking garage and the expansion of Haslam field.
Phase 3: West Campus Redevelopment
The third and largest phase will completely transform the west end of the UT campus. New residence halls will integrate dining, study areas, and Living & Learning Community space into a village-style, student-focused community.
- Click here to read more about Orange Hall construction.