University of Texas at Austin
- Accommodation in Austin is widely available in the form of dormitories and residence halls on-campus, and residence halls, co-operative housing, university apartments and private apartments off campus.
- Students are not required to live on campus at any stage.
- In allocation of campus housing priority is given to first-year students but spaces are limited and accommodation is not guaranteed. Students are advised to apply well before 1 May.
- UT Austin International Student and Scholar Services provide help to students looking for accommodation on or off-campus.
- Privately-rented single apartments usually cost a minimum of £400 (US$600) a month, with many at double this. It is also possible to rent a room in a shared house which may cost less.
- Campus housing prices for the academic year 2013-14 range from £5,920 ($8,973) for a shared space to £10,300 for a premium single room with a private bathroom ($8,973-$15,611), with other options in between.
- Campus housing costs for the full year 2013-14 are £10,450 for a shared space or £20,825 for a single room with private bathroom ($15,836 or $31,551).