Choose from one, two, and three bedroom apartments and townhouses available on and off campus. If you are a single student, you can share an apartment or townhouse and split rental costs with your housemate.
Amenities included in rental fees:
On-Campus Housing: Knollcrest East
All buildings listed above include a basement with a FREE laundry facility, storage and playroom space. Each apartment includes a stove, refrigerator and an air-conditioning unit. There is a playground on site, as well as patrolled campus security. Built into the monthly rental fee is a $85.00 utility charge.
Off-Campus Housing: Englewood Apartments (Floor Plan) Eight buildings located on Englewood Ave., located three miles from campus. Each building has four two-bedroom apartments. Two are garden level and two are upper units. Each apartment includes a stove, refrigerator, dishwasher and a window air-conditioner. 16 of these units have carports. There is a FREE laundry facility on the grounds of the apartment complex.
Built into the monthly rental fee is a $120.00 utility charge.
Off-Campus Housing: Boerema Townhouses (Floor Plan) Twenty-nine one bedroom townhouses and one two bedroom townhouse located on Batchawana Street are also located three miles from campus. Each unit includes a stove, refrigerator, air conditioner and hook-up capability for washers and dryers. Each unit has a full basement. You also have access to FREE laundry use at our Englewood Apartments.
Built into the monthly rental amount is a $120.00 utility charge.
Other Off-Campus Housing Off-campus housing opportunities are also available and an up-to-date list is available from the housing office.
Single Students Sharing An Apartment Price ranges per month range from $230.00 – $362.50 per month.
Housing Application The housing application deadline is April 1 (Applications will still be accepted after April 1). Applications can be completed using the following link: Housing application. Due to limited on-campus housing, housing applications of those who have been admitted will be considered after the housing application deadline.
If you are a student in one of Calvin Seminary’s distance learning programs, you will need to find housing in the Grand Rapids area for two 5 day on-campus sessions each year. You are responsible for the cost of your housing during on-campus sessions. When you are enrolled in the program, there will be resources to help you find lodging or roommates for your stay here.