We are currently accepting applications for the Fall 2021/Spring 2022 two-semester lease, and for the Spring 2022 one-semester lease. You can indicate your desired move-in date when you complete your online application.
Our spring semester availability is now posted below! We encourage you to apply now for a January 2022 move-in.
- This page shows all rooms which have not been officially leased. Leases are offered on a first come, first served basis.
- Non-binary gender rooms also available. Please simply note this when you apply.
- You may select multiple houses on your application, and order them by your preference. This increases your chances of securing a spot. You may live in one house and remain on the waiting list for another house.
- “IV” means “income verified”. These rooms are reserved for members who meet certain income requirements. Read more about IV spaces.
Income Verified (IV) Spaces
Spaces labeled “IV Reserved” are reserved for individuals with demonstrated financial need. These spaces are not different from other rooms. Rather, there is simply a percentage of the total spaces reserved as IV.
If you have a US-based financial aid package that indicates you are the recipient of a Pell Grant (full or partial), a Subsidized Stafford Loan, or another award based on financial need, you may qualify for one of these spaces. Unsubsidized Stafford Loans and Parent PLUS loans do not not qualify as need-based financial aid.
You can also provide income verification using other documents. To qualify for a reserved IV space, your household income must be at or below 50% of the Austin area median family income, or MFI. You can find information from the City of Austin here: Income Limits
You can demonstrate eligibility after your application is processed. Please indicate that you may qualify for a space on your application. You will then be able to submit documentation along with your contract materials (instructions will be included in your contract).
These spaces remain reserved throughout the year for qualified residents. IV spaces cannot be released to residents who do not qualify.