The Seminary provides housing for approximately 35 percent of its students, both families and singles, only on its Kentucky campus. New students are provided a housing application upon admission to the Seminary; current students may request a housing application from the Office of Student Services. (Please note: there are different applications for the different types of housing, so be sure you are submitting the correct application for the type of housing you desire.)
The Seminary provides housing for students on a first-come, first-served basis. However, international students from outside North America are given priority in terms of being granted housing. Housing assignments are based on the date the Seminary receives the completed housing application and $100 deposit from students who have been admitted to the Seminary. There is a $100 housing application deposit required for both family and single housing units. The deposit is refundable up to the point that the student accepts an assignment. For family housing, an additional $100 deposit is required at lease signing.
To occupy Seminary housing, a student must be full time (i.e., taking at least nine credit hours during the fall and spring semesters or pursuing a full course of study). A student moving into Seminary housing must sign and abide by the corresponding rental agreement. Absolutely no animals/pets of any kind, weapons, firearms, or flammable materials are permitted in or on Seminary property and violation of this policy will result in immediate eviction.