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Johnson College offers two options for campus housing. Assignments are based on date of deposit, your preferences, as well as, availability once all housing forms are completed and approved.

On Campus Apartments
An apartment style housing community designed for 18 students. Each fully furnished apartment has a living room, eat-in kitchen, large bedroom, walk-in closet, bathroom, and is designed to house two students. The complex has a Community Room with games, television, laundry, and mail facilities. Additionally, there is an outdoor recreation area with picnic tables, grills, and horseshoes.
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Microtel
Johnson College has arrangements with the Microtel in Dickson City, Pennsylvania to house students. Each room is furnished with a desk and desk chair, (2) queen size beds with linen provided, a 42” flat screen television, telephone, microfridge and, full bathroom. Bed linens are changed weekly and toiletries and towels are changed daily. Additional amenities include a continental breakfast, access to the fitness facility, meeting room, ice machine, and coin operated washer and dryer.
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Additional information may be obtained by contacting the Student Engagement Office at (570) 702-8912.

Housing Guide

Housing Verification Form

Housing Health Form

Guest Registration Form

Maintenance Request Form

Financial Planning Checklist

Housing Preference Form

Missing Student Contact Form

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