Living in campus housing offers a close-knit residential experience in the heart of Chicago. North Park Theological Seminary housing provides a safe and healthy living environment, supporting students and helping to nurture a deeper sense of fellowship.
Campus apartments allow you to take full advantage of campus resources, and provide you with convenient access to a wide range of opportunities and events. At North Park, your spiritual formation will be developed not only through academic study and training, but through engagement and relationships with those in your community.
Applications for housing are available for students who have been accepted into a Seminary program. Consult the Housing Guidelines or contact Vernee' Washington, coordinator of Seminary housing, for answers to specific questions.
Summer term housing application deadline: May 1
Fall term housing application deadline: July 1
Spring term housing application deadline: December 1
Current students who wish to move to a new campus housing location should submit an Inter-Campus Move Request to the coordinator of Seminary housing.
Monthly Housing Costs
All rent amounts include utilities and heat.
*2- and 3-bedroom units' rent can be split between single students sharing apartment with one person per bedroom
One-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments are available in the North Park neighborhood north of Foster Avenue, approximately 3 blocks north of campus. For families, this neighborhood is home to a few great schools, including Peterson Elementary and North Side College Preparatory School. There are also several preschool options, including one at North Park Covenant Church. This neighborhood is a mix of apartments and single-family homes on tree-lined one-way streets.
South of Foster Avenue, on North Park’s campus, Seminary housing options include studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments. Adjacent to North Park, on Kimball Avenue, is Frederick Von Steuben Metropolitan Science Center, a Chicago Public high school; Hibbard Elementary School and Albany Park Multicultural Academy MIddle School are just blocks away.
All Seminary apartments are located within walking distance of public transit options, including city buses and Brown Line ‘L’ stations. Major highways, grocery stores, and other shopping options are also readily available, and the North Park and Albany Park neighborhoods offer a wide variety of ethnic restaurants and grocery stores.