Graduate Housing and Residential Life
Housing priority is given to degree-seeking students, with secondary priority for non-degree students taking courses for credit. Beyond this, rooms are usually assigned in the order in which requests and deposits are received.
Monks who wish to reside in the monastery must obtain a letter from their abbot or prior requesting accommodations, addressed to the abbot or prior of Saint John's Abbey.
The use of a telephone with voice mail is included in the room rental. Long distance phone calls are billed to the student. Small kitchens and laundry facilities are available for student use at no extra cost. Residents are expected to provide their own laundry supplies. Small refrigerators can be rented for the rooms.
Current room rental rates are available from the director of admission. At the beginning of each term, students are billed for housing for that semester.
Housing Application Form (.pdf)
Emmaus Hall Room Options
Single Room: Single rooms are furnished with a bed, a desk with chair, lamps, a bookshelf, an easy chair, sink, and private telephone. Residents are expected to provide their own linens. Common bathrooms are available on each floor.
Suite: Suites are larger than single rooms and include a private bath. Furnishings are the same as for single rooms.
Apartment: Apartments include a private bath, a small kitchen and dining room table with chairs, and the same other furnishings as single rooms or suites. Housewares are not included. Preference for apartments is given to married couples.
Student rooms are open two days prior to orientation at the beginning of each semester. Early arrivals can be arranged, if necessary.