Built in 1926, Johnson Hall is one of the oldest residence halls on campus. Located on University Avenue directly across from Manigault Park and St. Luke's Hall, Johnson Hall is conveniently located in the heart of central campus. Standing three stories tall, Johnson Hall houses approximately 56 female students.


The rooms in Johnson are mostly doubles and the windows are of various sizes. All rooms are carpeted, and windows are furnished with blinds. Each floor has a common shower room with three basins, three showers, and three toilet stalls. There are shelves in each bathroom where residents may store their toiletries. Average room & window Dimensions: Each room and window is unique in shape and size. Please view the document below for specific room and window dimensions. 


There is a common kitchen with a stove top, oven, full-sized refrigerator, sink, microwave, toaster, and several cooking supplies for residents to use. The common room also contains cable TV and a VCR/DVD player. Located in the basement is a laundry room with three washing machines, two dryers, drying racks, an iron, an ironing board, and vending machines. Johnson also has a gas grill and several picnic tables and benches for cookouts. Johnson is air-conditioned.

Johnson Hall

  • Two twin beds with approximately 6 inches of storage space under each bed
  • Two built-in closets with a rod for hanging clothes and a shelf above for added storage
  • Two wall-mounted bookshelves with two shelves each
  • Two dressers with three drawers each
  • Full length mirror on the back of each door
  • Two desks with chairs
  • Two waste bins and one recycling bin
  • One room phone and two Ethernet ports
  • One overhead light fixture. A small desk lamp or pedestal lamp is suggested.