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Dorm life is an important part of the college experience. At Johnson University Tennessee, dorms provide a setting for peers to become lifelong friends. Our dorms are consistently rated as some of the best in the nation. Each two-person dorm room has internet access, personal temperature controls, movable furniture, and a private bath. The residence halls are each outfitted with two full-sized kitchens, laundry facilities, and additional storage space that is available to students during the academic year.
Undergraduate dorms include Johnson Hall and Brown Hall. Clark Hall also contains single-occupancy rooms (in which the third floor is often used for guest housing).
All dormitories have a live-in residence director to maintain dorm operations and security. Each wing has two on-site residence assistants (RAs) who plan outings and events. All residence hall staff serve as a resource to students, fostering an environment of encouragement, comfort, and security.
Upon acceptance, each student will complete a housing application that surveys their interests and lifestyle habits. Once the application is completed, the residence director carefully pairs students for rooming assignments. Students are also given the option to request a desired roommate or room assignment.
Residence halls are within easy walking distance of the academic buildings, dining hall, student center, and Athletic and Recreation Complex. Bicycle racks are available across campus, and ample parking for student vehicles is available near the dorms.
Each school year around 100 students take advantage of the flexible housing options available to undergraduate students who are 23 or older, graduate students, or 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. Johnson offers a variety of housing options for these students; contact the Student Life Office on the Tennessee campus to learn more.