Welcome to Islander Housing!

Islander Housing offers two distinct housing communities to meet the needs of Islanders.  Our residents report they are more involved in student organizations, more likely to use campus resources, have a higher GPA and more likely to graduate in 4 years than students who do not live on-campus!

Visit our application website for information on floor plans, rates, amenities and to submit your application.  Future Islanders must be accepted to TAMU-CC before applying for housing. 


Look below for updates and changes coming to Islander Housing!

$1,000 Momentum Village housing scholarship now available for transfer, graduate and international students!  Click the scholarship page for more info.

student sitting at Momentum Village.

The Honors Hall will take over Port Hall beginning in Fall 2019!  Students who are members of the Honors Program can live together in this cozy hall.  Port Hall features mostly suite style residence hall rooms with a small number of private residence hall rooms.  FMI: honors@tamucc.edu 

Surf & Jetty hallways and community spaces are getting a make-over during summer 2019!  We can't wait to show you the changes. 

Momentum Village becomes pet-friendly in August 2019.  Buildings 9 (apartments) and 11 (townhomes) only will be open to pets.  This is a trial year.  FMI: MomentumVillage@americancampus.com.  
Momentum Village pet information
The Grad Corner is now available at Momentum Village for current and incoming graduate and doctoral students.  Enjoy a quieter, more secluded space to study, research and work on projects in Building 8.  All apartments are fully furnished and each resident has their own master bathroom.  A washer and dryer are in each apartment.  FMI MomentumVillage@americancampus.com.  
Grad corner info

Mission

Islander Housing programs assists students in achieving their academic and personal goals by providing excellent on-campus housing, referral to off-campus housing, and transportation resources.  The department supports the mission of the university by creating living environments that are conducive to learning.

 

Islander Housing communities are managed by American Campus Communities, in close partnership with TAMU-CC.