Why University Housing?
University Housing consists of two unique apartment communities. The 7900 Cambridge complex was built in 1982 and offers first and second floor units in one, two and three bedroom floor plans. The 1885 El Paseo property, which was built in 2005, is a contemporary style living environment with four floors of one and two bedroom apartments with a four story parking garage located in the middle of the complex.
All students, staff and faculty of the UT Health Science Center, Baylor College of Medicine and MD Anderson Cancer Center are encouraged to apply. Amenities include 24-hour quality maintenance, a commons room, and swimming pool, with close proximity to the Child Development Center, the Recreation Center, and the UTHSC-H shuttle. Each apartment is carpeted and comes equipped with an all-electric kitchen. The El Paseo property offers washers and dryers in each apartment. The Cambridge property offers coin operated washers and dryers housed in three laundry rooms.
Access to both properties is controlled by a 24-hour guard.
The mission of the University Housing is to provide a reasonably priced, well maintained quality living environment to promote the academic success of students, faculty, and staff of UTHSC-H, BCM, and MD Anderson Cancer Center.