Housing and Dining

Coyote Village is a unique alternative to traditional dormitory living. Walk to class from luxury apartments, located right on campus. 

Coyote Village offers the best of both worlds with the comfort and amenities of an apartment style community and the convenience of on-campus living at very reasonable, affordable rates.

Choose from fully furnished two- and four-bedroom apartments. Units rent on an “individual lease basis,” meaning residents are never responsible for their roommate’s rent. For added privacy, the bedrooms are individually keyed and also include a separate phone line available in each bedroom. The kitchenettes are fully equipped, and each unit features a comfortable dining and living area. Other amenities are offered for resident students, including:

  • Community center
  • Social lounge with big screen TV
  • 24-hour laundry facility
  • Sand volleyball court
  • Basketball sport court
  • Computer learning center/cyber lounge
  • 24-hour courtesy patrol serviced by the campus police department
  • On-site community assistant staff
  • On-site management and maintenance

Housing staff work in conjunction with the Office of Student Development and Wellness to develop and implement a full student life program.

Units rent on an individual lease basis. Current rates, deposits, and dates of availability are provided upon request. Early reservations are accepted and recommended. This housing contract is a 10 month lease (both fall & spring semesters). Summer housing is also available on a different contract agreement. For more information, contact the Coyote Village Assistant Director at 817-598-8876.

All students living in Coyote Village are required to purchase a meal plan through the Weatherford College cafeteria. The Coyote Café, located in the Doss Center, features a variety of delicious and nutritious dining choices served in a pleasant, casual atmosphere. The dining hall follows the official college calendar closing for all holidays including Labor Day, Thanksgiving, MLK Day, Easter, Spring Break, and between semesters. There are no dining hall services during the summer sessions. Contact the food service director, at (817) 598-6285 regarding any questions about meal plans.