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Bronc Village Apartments

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Eligibility

Housing at Bronc Village is available for enrolled UTPA students who are at least 19 years of age and turn 20 years of age during the academic school year, and current faculty and staff. The only exception to this policy relates to children and spouses of current UTPA students, faculty, or staff. Individuals seeking housing accommodations at Bronc Village must sign a Reservation Agreement identifying either a 9-month fall/spring lease period or a 3-month summer lease period. Space in Bronc Village is reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. **Appropriate documentation must be presented in the case of married or family housing if the spouse and/or children are not current UTPA students, or faculty or staff members.

Dining Services

All Bronc Village residents must purchase at least the minimum declining balance meal plan for each fall, spring, and summer semester; the meal credit can be used at the University Cafeteria, Student Union Food Court, and for food items at the Student Union Convenience Store.

Room Furnishings

Bronc Village bedrooms, living room areas, and kitchens are furnished for the convenience and comfort of our residents.

Apartment contents include:

  • Single bed, desk and task chair
  • Chest of drawers, built-in closet
  • Sofa and lounge chair
  • Multi-use cube, end table
  • Dishwasher, microwave, stove/oven
  • Refrigerator, washer/dryer

For convenience, the following services are provided:

  • All utilities paid
  • Central heat and air
  • 24-hour emergency maintenance
  • Mail delivery
  • Garbage collection
  • Free on-site student parking
  • Ethernet connections, TV cable service

Safety and Security

Providing a safe living and learning environment for University residents is our foremost mission. To that end, the residence life staff coordinates various safety programs for residents throughout the year, highlighting topics such as securing personal belongings, personal safety on and off campus, and the use of University Police escorts. In addition, Community Assistants, trained in emergency procedures, are available to assist residents when necessary.

 
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