Texas A&M University-San Antonio welcomed approximately 280 undergraduate students to Esperanza Hall, the university’s first privatized dorm run by American Campus Communities (ACC). The private company with headquarters located Full Story »
- Featured Series
Keyland “KB” Burel, a first-year business major and resident of Esperanza Hall, called his new home “one of the nicest dorm rooms I’ve ever seen.” After a fast year of Full Story »
- Residential Life
On Aug. 19, approximately 300 students moved into Esperanza Hall, A&M-San Antonio’s first on-campus dormitory. For many students, it marks the first time they are living independently. In this project, we report on how students are adapting to living on a newly developed residential campus. In addition, we take a look at the financial decisions as the university partners with private developers, such as American Campus Communities, to accommodate future growth under a tight fiscal budget.