Housing and Campus Life

LTSP offers a variety of housing opportunities for non-commuter students. Students wishing to live on campus can find accommodations in the Wiedemann Center and the historic 7300 Boyer Street building on the periphery of campus. These accommodations include 1, 2, and 3-bedroom apartments and studio apartments. Married students and single parents have priority in the assignment of apartments; single students and those who are “resident commuters” (living alone on campus during the week and returning to a permanent residence on the weekend) usually live in the studios. However, some unmarried students choose to find roommates to split the cost of an on-campus apartment.  Mt. Airy and Chestnut Hill also have a wealth of rental units, from secure buildings to house apartments.  Searching them is easy using the zip codes 19118 and 19119.

Every Wednesday, a catered community lunch is offered in the Lull Lounge following the weekly Eucharist service. Faculty, staff, and students gather around the table for conversation and fellowship. You might even choose to ask about a professor’s latest bike trip or upcoming book. Other informal meals and potlucks are scheduled throughout the year by the Worship and Community Life committee of the student body.

The Mt. Airy neighborhood is one of the most diverse neighborhoods in the country and also happens to be rich with community activities and recreational opportunities. Hike along the Wissahickon, explore the shops and bakeries of Chestnut Hill, or join the students of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College for a traditional seder meal. Keep an eye on announcements on the homepage, through email blasts, or from your fellow classmates!

Important Housing Information

Housing Request Form 2013-2014

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Visitor Notification Form

If you have guests staying with you overnight, please completed the Visitor Notification Form. We are requesting this information for the safety of all residents and their guests.  This form should be completed for all visitors staying in student housing overnight.  The information will be shared with the Housing Office and Campus Security. Please complete this form 48 hours before your guest’s arrival if possible. Please note that according to your lease, guests may stay in student housing no longer than 14 nights. Visitor Notification Form

Facilities Work Request

If you have a repair that needs to be addressed, please contact the Facilities staff through the Work Order Request Form.   For more details check out “Ellie and the Drip.”

 

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