Each school year around 100 students take advantage of the flexible housing options available to undergraduate students who are 23 or older, graduate students, and married students with or without children. These individuals and families experience the advantage of living in a supportive, close-knit community with access to campus amenities. Compare housing rates and view utility costs to request housing that meets your needs.
Johnson University’s campus community welcomes married students and their families. Housing options include townhomes, apartments, duplexes, and mobile homes. Students with small children also have access to the Early Childhood Learning Center, Johnson’s on-campus pre-school.
- Gateway Court and Garrett Way townhomes are designed for families with one or two children; each has two bedrooms and one-and-a-half baths.
- Old Orchard Court three-bedroom duplex units are available for larger families with two or more children.
- Old Orchard Court and Sunset Court mobile home units are designed for families with or without children; units come in two sizes (14x56 and 14x66) and vary in bedroom (2 to 3) and bath (1 to 2) size.
- Bell Hall apartments are designed for families with no children; units vary in size from efficiency to two bedroom units. See housing rates for all sizes.
Bell Hall Apartments are ideal for single undergraduate students who are 23 or older, graduate students, and married students without children, containing one- or two-room efficiency apartments of varying sizes. Your electricity is included in the rental of these apartments. Other housing options include townhomes, apartments, duplexes, and mobile homes.
ALL Non-Traditional student housing applicants are required to submit a $400 deposit with their housing application.
How to apply for Non-Traditional Student Housing
for more information on how to find a home at Johnson University.