Housing

Housing Coordinator

Roni Okubo works with each student to arrange housing for their time at Northern Seminary. She would be happy to talk with you to answer questions and provide guidance.

You can reach her by phone at 630.620.2173 or by email at .

On-Campus Housing

Northern Seminary has on-campus housing available in Lindner Tower on our Lombard Campus. Apartments in Lindner Tower range from 1 - 3 bedrooms and accommodate single and married students.

Lindner Game RoomLindner KitchenLindner Apartment

The all-inclusive rental fee for each apartment provides:

  • High-speed T1 internet access
  • Satellite TV
  • All utilities
  • Local phone service
  • Parking

    A laundry room is available on the first floor. The Student Activity Center, also on the first floor, includes a game room with ping-pong, foosball, billiards, air hockey, a prayer room, study lounge, a catering kitchen, and a TV room with a large screen TV, VCR and DVD.

    Guest Housing

    Northern has guest apartments for individuals needing to stay on campus for a short period.  They are ideal for doctoral students during the courses on Northern’s campus.  Here are a few details

    • $50/night
    • Rate includes access to a full kitchen and living space
    • High speed internet is available

    For more information, please contact Roni Okubo at 630.620.2173 or 

    Housing Application

    Download the PDF IconHousing Application

    Download the Housing Manual

    Floor Plans

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    OneBedroom TwoBedroom ThreeBedroom
    One Bedroom Two Bedroom Three Bedroom

    Staff Contact

    Roni Okubo

      Contact
    • 630.620.2173

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