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Swiss Tower Apartments

With the opening of the Swiss Tower apartments in 2002, 159 apartments are available for married students, with or without children, and single students with children. This 10-story complex is located on campus directly across the street from the Turpin Library. It offers one-bedroom apartments, which have a study, and two bedroom apartments. Amenities include adult and child swimming pools, a community room featuring a small kitchen for social functions, game and conversation areas, and a small playroom for residents’ children. Laundry facilities are available on each floor.

1-bed rm.
139 units ($700/mo)
2-bed rm.
20 units ($855/mo)

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Apartment Descriptions

This apartment complex is a gated community with electronic entry to both the building and the parking lot. All apartments are unfurnished and are located along interior corridors. The apartments include central air and heat, refrigerators, stoves, dishwashers, built-in bookshelves and linen and coat closets. There is a community room and child’s playroom located on the first floor as well as a courtyard with a porch, lawn area, gas grills, adult swimming pool and fenced wading pool.

One Bedroom with Study

The 139 one-bedroom apartments are 781 square feet with the following dimensions:

  • living/dining room – 11’6” x 16’8”
  • bedroom – 11’ x 12’ with a walk-in closet
  • study – 9’ x 11’9” (which is large enough to be a child’s room)

Two Bedroom

The 20 two-bedroom apartments do not have a study and are 942 square feet with the following dimensions:

  • living/dining room – 12’ x 16’4”
  • one bedroom – 11’ x 12’ with a walk-in closet
  • second bedroom – 11’8”x 11’ with a wide closet
One Bedroom + Study: This is the overhead layout of a one bedroom apartment with a study
Two Bedroom: This is the overhead layout of a two bedroom apartment

Terms and Conditions

This complex is for married couples, with or without children, and single students with children. At least one resident in each apartment must be a DTS student taking a minimum of six credit hours per semester at the Dallas campus toward a degree (summer not required) or Ph.D. students making reasonable progress in their studies. The lease period is for 12 months and eligible residents may renew annually in May; specific amendments will be available for those graduating in Summer/December. The only pets allowed are birds and fish.

Waiting List

The waiting list may be consistently long. Newly admitted students should therefore not depend solely upon occupying a campus apartment during their first year at DTS and should explore off-campus options for back-up living arrangements. Please contact the Housing Office for information about off-campus opportunities.

Laundry Facilities

There are laundry facilities located on each floor in the building.


There is one assigned parking space allotted per bedroom (i.e. one-bedroom apartments allotted one spot, study does not count as bedroom even though can be used as one, and two-bedroom apartments are allotted two spots).


The DTS Campus Police is available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.

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