Housing & Location

Housing & Location

Lance’s Hall

Nestled in the urban forest of downtown Dallas, Mary L.A. Stanton and Lance Ouellette Hall safely houses undergraduate students in a new, spacious facility. Living on campus provides residents an immersive learning experience. Criswell College views on-campus housing as an extension of the classroom by continuing holistic development in order to teach students to love God with all of their heart, soul, and mind.

Resident Assistants

On each floor, Resident Assistants are responsible for promoting safe and healthy living environments in Criswell housing, fostering a community of accountability and spiritual maturity among residents, and providing a consistent leadership presence. Every night, a Resident Assistant is available in the housing office to assist residents with whatever they need.

Mail

Per the USPS, the proper way to address mail & packages to residents of Lance’s Hall is:

STUDENT NAME
4003 JUNIUS ST, RM ____ BOX  ____
DALLAS TX 75246-1623

Welcome Home!

Criswell College celebrates the completion of its first Residence Hall

Criswell College Residence Hall ribbon cutting ceremony

Housing Community

“Christian brotherhood is not an ideal which we must realize; it is rather a reality created by God in Christ in which we may participate.” These words from Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Life Together exemplify our goal for the community of Criswell Housing. We believe Christian community is neither a perfect ideal for which to strive, nor simply a place to sleep. Rather, it is an environment in which we actively participate in our faith by growing personally, intellectually, socially, and spiritually in order to be a light to our city and culture.

Apartments

Married and graduate students live in local apartment-style housing in downtown Dallas. Currently, Criswell partners with Dallas Theological Seminary, located just two blocks from the Criswell campus. Apartments are fully furnished with two bedrooms and two bathrooms, where 2-4 residents live together.

Cost

Semester: $2,700 – 3,200

Year total: $5,400 – 6,400

Cost is subject to change.

Contact

For more information about housing, call 214.818.1342.

Location

Dallas is the 9th largest urban center in the US, covering 343 square miles with a population of over 1.2 million. This beautiful southern city also boasts a large international population, providing many opportunities for cross-cultural ministry. Although the city’s size may seem a bit intimidating at first, realizing the DFW area is made up of many different cities and suburbs next door to each other makes getting around much more manageable. Students find they are soon navigating like locals.

Restaurants and Coffee Houses

Dallas is populated with great restaurants and coffee shops, many of which are open late (which is a huge advantage around mid-terms and finals!). Authentic and unique restaurants that serve Vietnamese, Thai, and Mexican food, as well as chain restaurants like Schlotzsky’s, Starbucks, and Jimmy Johns, are within walking distance of the campus. Local favorites such as Twisted Root Burger Co., Two Sisters, Stackhouse Burgers, Sammy’s BBQ, the food trucks at Klyde Warren Park, and Houndstooth Coffee are just a short drive away.

Area Attractions

Students don’t have to go far to find weekend attractions when they need a study break. Criswell is located just blocks from Downtown and Uptown, which is home to the Dallas Museum of Art, American Airlines Center (home of the Dallas Mavericks, the Dallas Stars, and regular concerts), the Majestic TheaterNorthPark Center, and more. From shopping to entertainment, sporting events to family-friendly activities, our neighborhood offers something for everyone.

NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION
Criswell College admits students who are Christians of good character, without regard or reference to race, national or ethnic origin, color, age, disability, or sex (except where regard to sex is required by the College’s religious tenets regarding gender and sexuality) to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of these classifications in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other school-administered programs.