We know that parents are invested in their student’s education in ways that go beyond help with tuition and home-cooked meals during breaks.
And when your student is away from the nest, you want to know they have all of the support they need.
Each of our housing complexes have anywhere from three-fourteen resident assistants, a building assistant and a resident director to assist students with their needs. If your student has any concerns, encourage them to speak with their resident assistant or resident director. Residents can visit their complex office for assistance 24/7. After hours, if someone is not in the office, call the cell phone number posted in the window.
Housing and Residence Life can be reached at 423-425-4304.
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For emergency situations or assistance 24/7 contact Campus Police at 423-425-4357.
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We know that safety is always at the forefront of a parent’s mind, and the university has a range of crime prevention features to help keep our students safe.
In addition to providing crime prevention programs, UTC has an alert system that notifies students of any active threats on campus and well-lit walkways with emergency telephones. Learn more about UTC Alert →
Are your students belongings covered? Learn more about RENTERS INSURANCE
Campus Mailing Addresses
Sending a letter or package to your student? Click the link below for mailing addresses.
Resident Mailing Addresses
By paying the prepayment and accepting a room assignment you are agreeing to the terms of the UTC Housing Parental Guarantor and certifying that you have discussed this in full with your parent, legal guardian or sponsor. Furthermore, you are stating that your parent, guardian, or sponsor understands and accepts the following terms:
The Housing Contract is incorporated herein and has been entered into by the resident, subject to completion as appropriate. UTC Housing, requires, as a condition of the acceptance by Landlord of the Housing Contract, a guarantee by the prospective Resident’s parent(s), guardian, or other sponsor. The requirement of this Guaranty is in recognition that most Residents in such community do not have independent financial means, but this Guaranty shall be in force irrespective of the financial means of the Resident.
Guarantor (legal parent, guardian or sponsor) authorizes Landlord to use reasonable and necessary means to obtain payment from the parent, guardian or sponsor in the event the Resident’s financial obligations have not been fulfilled.
The Guarantor(s) acknowledges that it shall have liability under this Guaranty, notwithstanding any of the foregoing:
- That the Landlord renews the Housing Contract, grants Resident extensions of time within which to pay amounts due or perform any of Resident’s obligations under the Housing Contract, or the fact that the Guarantor was not notified of any changes or amendment to the Housing Contract;
- The inability of the Resident or any other guarantor to be responsible under the Housing Contract or this Guaranty by virtue of their legal incapacity or disability
- The fact that the guarantor was not given prior notice of the default by Resident under the Housing Contract.
- In addition to the amounts guaranteed, Guarantor(s) agrees to pay a reasonable attorney’s fee and all costs imposed under the terms of the Lease or required as appropriate in enforcement of this Guaranty.
THE EXECUTION OF THIS DOCUMENT IS A MATERIAL INDUCEMENT FOR LANDLORD TO ENTER INTO A HOUSING CONTRACT, AND LANDLORD FULLY RELYING UPON THE DUE AND VALID EXECUTION BY THE APPLICANT WHOSE NAME IS SHOWN ON THE ELECTRONIC HOUSING APPLICATION SYSTEM. FURTHER, THIS GUARANTY SHALL REMAIN IN EFFECT FOR THE ENTIRE TERM OF THE HOUSING CONTRACT, OR ANY SUBSEQUENT HOUSING CONTRACT, IN WHICH THE RESIDENT HAS ENTERED.