St. Vladimir’s Seminary provides on-campus housing for students enrolled in full-time residential programs and accommodations for students enrolled in the Doctor of Ministry program during their one-week onsite sessions.
To apply for residential housing, please complete the Housing Application Form and send it via email to the Associate Dean for Student Affairs by April 1. Married students will be required to submit a $250 non-refundable apartment reservation deposit (that is applied towards the first month’s rent) and a $1000 damage deposit. Single students will be required to submit a $250 non-refundable dormitory reservation deposit (that is applied towards room and board). The Associate Dean for Student Affairs will begin assigning apartments and dormitory rooms on May 1
Married Student Housing
Married students may move into their apartments after August 15. Married students are responsible for monthly rent and utility bills (see Tuition and Other Expenses). Apartments range in size from one- to three-bedroom facilities and include a kitchen with stove, refrigerator, and dishwasher. Coin-operated laundry facilities are available in the basement. Apartments are unfurnished.
An on-campus playground, located on the north side of the campus, provides children a pleasant place to gather and play. A small park one block from the seminary campus provides another nearby setting for outside activity.
Dormitory students may move in the day before orientation begins. Each room is supplied with a twin (long) bed, a dresser, a desk and chair, and closest space. Bathroom facilities in each residence hall are shared. Men and women students are segregated.
The seminary values the research and study benefits of internet access. The seminary provides free internet access to students via Ethernet or wireless connections. Additionally, computer workstations are available in the reading room of the seminary library.
Cable and Satellite Access
Students living in seminary apartments or dormitories do not have access to outside internet providers or to cable/satellite providers.
On-campus residency is mandatory for all students living the MDiv program and for all students receiving financial aid from the seminary. Should a situation arise that requires a student to live off campus, the student must petition the Associate Dean for Student Affairs and outline the reasons why their request should be granted. If a blessing is given, the student is responsible for the market rate of their rental and for all their seminary responsibilities.
Please feel free to contact Fr. David Mezynski with any questions on housing or the housing application process.