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Tarleton opens fifth new residence hall

After four years of planning and construction, Tarleton has now completed five new residence halls, housing 2,076 students -- doubling our on-campus housing capacity.

More than 300 students are moving into Traditions North, just south of the Recreation Sports Center, for spring semester after living in Bosque Crossing apartments in fall. The first floor of Traditions North will include the Wellness Center for Health Services and the Student Counseling Services, with completion expected for the beginning of fall semester.

Heritage Hall opened in fall 2014 as the first of the five, and was specifically designed for first-year living/learning communities. Integrity Hall followed in fall 2015, housing mostly sophomores.

The Honors Hall opened in fall 2016 and includes a suite of offices for the Honors College director and staff, as well as two classrooms. Both first-year and sophomore Honors students live in this hall, as well as some juniors and seniors.

Traditions South also opened in fall 2016, housing first-year members of the Corps of Cadets and some first-year athletes but mostly sophomores. It includes a suite of offices for the Corps of Cadets staff.

All five halls were constructed by Balfour Beatty Construction, through Balfour Beatty Campus Solutions, with financing by Collegiate Housing Finance. All are privatized housing through ground leases with The Texas A&M University System, but operated and staffed entirely by Tarleton, just as all other residence halls.