Housing

The decision to pursue a seminary education is an important one, and the Housing Office is available and committed to assist you with your housing needs and what for many of you will be a transition to a new climate.

Located on Boston’s historic North Shore, the Hamilton campus of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary is situated on a beautiful hill in the midst of an 118 acre property.

Tour of some of our on-campus housing options.

Our Mission

The role of the Housing Office is to support the mission of the Seminary through the provision of student housing. To this end we seek to create a diverse and supportive living environment, and to provide an affordable and Christ-centered community which enables students to grow spiritually, physically, interpersonally and academically.

Dormitories

There are four dormitories on campus – three for men and one for women. Dormitory rooms for single students include large and small single rooms and double rooms which are shared by two students. All dormitory rooms come with 300 meal points which can be used in the cafeteria for breakfast or lunch. If you are interested in dormitory housing, please click below for the application.

Dormitory Applications

Apartments

There are 211 apartments available on campus. The apartments (studio, one, two and three bedrooms in six campus buildings) are unfurnished. Each apartment is equipped with a stove and refrigerator. (Depending on availability, apartments are available for new students the first week of May for Summer/Fall and the first week of January for Spring.)  Please click below for the application.

Apartment Applications

Guest Housing

Gordon-Conwell offers a limited number of on-campus Guest Housing options to Seminary-affiliated guests. From single guest rooms to fully-furnished guest apartments, the spaces are convenient, clean, and offer great value.  These spaces are reserved on a first come-first serve basis, pending availability. Please click below to fill out the form and we will be in touch. Certain restrictions may apply.

Guest Housing Request

Apartment Floor Plans

Apartment Type Apartment Buildings
   Studio Apartment Buildings A, B, C Buildings E, F
1 Bedroom Apartment Buildings A, B, C Buildings E, F
2 Bedroom Apartment Buildings A, B, C Buildings E, F
3 Bedroom Apartment Building C Building D

Dormitory Floor Plans

Dorm Room Type Men’s Dormitory Women’s Dormitory
1 Bed Dorm Room Main Dorm Lamont Hall
2 Bed Dorm Room Gray, Phippen Lamont Hall
3 Bed Dorm Room Gray, Phippen Lamont Hall

Please note: Lamont, Gray and Phippen Hall single bedrooms are part of a multi-person suite that includes a shared common area and bathroom. Main Dorm rooms are stand alone single bedrooms; the entire hall shares a bathroom.

Rates

The following rates are effective in the Fall of 2019, with changes in apartment rates beginning June 1, 2019.

 

Apartment Rates (per month)

Apartment Type Apartment Building Unfurnished
  Studio A & B / C, E, F $805 / $830
1 Bedroom A & B / C, E, F $1,030 / $1,060
2 Bedroom A & B /  C, E, F $1,275 / $1,300
3 Bedroom C $1,500
3 Bedroom D $1,575
Buildings A, B, & C costs include all utilities. Buildings D, E, & F, include all utilities except for electricity.

Men’s Dormitory Room Rates (per semester)

All dormitory students will be given meal cards with a $300 value, per semester.
Dormitory Small Single Large Single Double
Gray Hall $2,375 $2,090
Phippen Hall $2,375 $2,090
Main Dorm $2,000

Women’s Dormitory Room Rates (per semester)

All dormitory students will be given meal cards with a $300 value, per semester.
Dormitory Small Single Large Single Double
Lamont Hall $2,185  $2,325 $1,900

Meal Plan Rates

Meal Plan Percentage Discount Value                          Cost                     Discount          
Meal Plan A 20% $900.00 $720.00 $180.00
Meal Plan B 16% $625.00 $525.00 $100.00
Meal Plan C 12% $50.00 $308.00 $42.00
Meal Plan D 10% $250.00 $225.00 $25.00

Eligibility

Full-time students  are eligible to apply for on campus  housing. Part-time students are eligible to apply for on campus apartment housing, though priority is given full-time students. Certain restrictions may apply. New students who are on special scholarship will be given assignment priority for on-campus housing. Housing is only available on the Hamilton Campus.

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