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Student Housing
On-campus housing is available at Huenemann House. One-bedroom apartment monthly rent is $600.00. This includes all utilities, basic cable TV and high speed Internet. No smoking. Up to 2 cats per apartment are allowed. Housing deposit of $200.00. If interested, please contact Michelle Turnau, 651.255.6117.


The student apartment building — Huenemann House — contains 21 units, 18 of which are available for single students, couples and single parents with one child. The building is smoke free and includes two lounges, two study rooms (one with two computers and a printer), wireless Internet access, storage space and laundry facilities.

There are many options for convenient, affordable off-campus housing; a list is available from the director of housing.


Unfurnished apartments are available for rent. Every campus apartment is equipped with an electric stove, refrigerator, closets and tiled bath with tub/shower. The seminary has a limited supply of furnishings, which are available to students at no charge. Utilities and basic cable television are included in the monthly rent.

Accommodations for Commuters

Three apartments are reserved for commuter students who need overnight lodging for one to three nights a week. This space may be reserved for a single night or a semester of scheduled nights. Cooking facilities are available in the overnight apartments.

Housing Policies

Students renting a seminary apartment are required to sign a lease for a minimum of the nine-month school term. Summer stays can be arranged as well. Two cats per apartment are allowed, as are animals trained to assist physically disabled persons. A full statement of the housing policy is furnished to renters.

Housing Application

Application for a campus apartment, along with a non-refundable application fee, should be made when a student is accepted for admission to the seminary. Upon approval, the student will need to make a security, damage, cleaning and key deposit. These deposits will be refunded if the apartment is vacated in satisfactory condition and the keys are returned at the end of the school year.

Costs for 2013-2014

One bedroom apartment** $600.00 per month
Two bedroom apartment** $923.00 per month
Commuter apartment $20.00 per night
Housing application fee $25.00 non-refundable
Damage deposit $200.00
Key deposit $25.00
Cleaning deposit $50.00

Contact Michelle Turnau, 651.255.6117, director of housing.

The above schedule is subject to change.

**Includes utilities, basic cable TV, and high-speed wireless Internet.

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