Studio housing and apartment housing are assigned on a multilevel priority-based system. Some students may need to find space off-campus.
For students accepted for classes in the fall semester, the first housing deadline is April 15. Please contact the Housing Coordinator in the Office of the Dean of Students for further details. A Residential Handbook with a detailed outline of this policy is available.
Studios and efficiencies are furnished. One-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments are unfurnished. Students in apartments must supply dishes, silverware, linens and cooking utensils. All inquiries about housing should be directed to the Housing Coordinator.
Housing rates are subject to change annually.
2014-2015 Apartment Lease Rates (Monthly)
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|Efficiency ||$492 || || |
|One Bedroom ||$567 || || |
|Two Bedroom (small) ||$637 || || |
|Two Bedroom (large) ||$655 || || |
|Three Bedroom ||$824 || || |
The cost for heating, cooling, electricity, and cable TV are included in the apartment lease rates.
Off-Campus Housing Options
Louisville Seminary is situated near three of Louisville's loveliest neighborhoods. Each features a wide variety of rental apartments and housing. To the north, Crescent Hill neighborhood offers the least expensive rental units. To the east, the City of St. Matthews offers family-oriented housing. To the west, the Highlands offers a broad range of apartment and housing rentals at an equally broad range of prices.
The Seminary cafeteria serves breakfast and lunch Monday through Friday during the academic year. A limited schedule is available during the semester breaks.