About Residence Life
The Department of Residence Life provides liaison, program guidance and evaluation, and over watch for on campus student housing for enrolled undergraduate student. In addition, the department provides on-campus shuttle service for students, faculty and staff, and coordinates the CHAMPS/Life Skills programs for student-athletes.
Prairie View A&M University’s residence life and housing services philosophy is grounded in community living and learning, exploration, self direction, development and residential life responsibility. It challenge lies in the students’ ability to successfully integrate individual and university community goals through living-learning experiences that are both educational and contributory in nature. The residential life/student housing staff serves as the primary resource for guidance in all areas of residential life, and is responsible for supporting the university’s co-curricular life mission.
The Department of Residence Life is organized around four vital university functions: Housing administration, student development, quality residential community services and student judicial process. The administrative offices are located on the first floor of Willie A. Tempton Sr. Memorial Student Center, Room 106. The departments “open door’ policy seeks to encourage daily interaction with students, student-athletes, student housing management, staff and faculty.
Ignite the desire within all of us to adjust to the changes necessary to accomplish our mission. Continue to develop an organization actively executing positive change and continuous improvement. Challenge ourselves to look outside the box for new areas of opportunity better serve our student and our university community.