Located on the corner of Maple Street and Avenue C, Maple is one of UNT’s standard halls that primarily houses freshmen.
Maple is the second-largest residence hall on campus, offering primarily double occupancy rooms as well as some triple occupancy rooms. The majority of the beds in Maple Hall are reserved for students in the Emerald Eagle Scholars Program. Also housed in Maple is the Health Professions REAL community*.
Mean Greens cafeteria, the only 100% vegan dining option on campus, is adjacent to the rear of Maple Hall. Mean Greens features an all vegan menu, not just for vegans but for all who seek to eat a balanced diet that offers a host of health benefits.
*REAL (Residents Engaged in Academic Living) Community - residents who study the same major or have a common interest live together on the same wing. Through programs and activities, residents have the opportunity to network within their majors or interests. To learn more about REAL Communities, click here.
Around campus, Maple residents are known for their abundance of hall pride and Mean Green spirit. Maple is a diverse environment, with residents coming from different kinds of backgrounds, majors, and classifications. This allows for a great deal of interpersonal growth for everyone involved.
- Double rooms available
- Entertainment equipment available for checkout (DVD player, board games, etc.)
- Ping pong, foosball, air hockey and pool tables
- Computer lab, wireless internet available building-wide (including courtyard)
- TV lounge and kitchenette for public use
- Laundry facilities
- Courtyard with BBQ grills and fire pit
- On-site cafeteria focused on healthy eating
- Located near Central Housing (Crumley Hall) and Willis Library