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Johnson Hall

Johnson Hall

Johnson Hall is located next to Brock Hall and is attached to our brother dorm, St. Clair Hall. Close to 130 female students live in Johnson, predominantly upperclassmen with some freshmen and sophomores mixed in. There is a coed lounge that is shared with St. Clair Hall. Johnson itself has two female-only lounges, one with a TV and the other for quiet studying. There is a laundry room on the main floor. Johnson is a hall style dorm, with two community restrooms on each floor.


  • Gender - Female

  • Style - Hall

  • Twin XL Bed

  • Furnished

  • Game Room

  • Laundry Facility

  • Study Room

  • TV Lounge

Johnson Hall 360 Tour

Sample Room

Johnson Room Layout

Room Layout/Dimensions

View the room layout and dimensions for a sample room in this residence hall.

Meet the RD

Photo of Michaela Russo

Michaela Russo

Resident Director for Johnson and McKinney


Education: Bachelor of Science from Middle Tennessee State University; Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
Hometown: Savannah, TN
Hobbies: Reading and drinking coffee, Waterskiing, Hiking, Hammocking, Camping--basically anything outside!
Favorite Books: The Reason for God by Tim Keller, Instruments in the Redeemer's Hands by Paul David Tripp, Let Me Be a Woman by Elisabeth Elliot
Favorite Places: Scotland! I'm also very proud to be a Tennessean; so it's always a good time when I get to visit my home state. :)
Favorite Snack: Definitely ice cream! Pink lady apples, dark chocolate, and salty/sweet popcorn are some favorites as well.


Spiritual Growth

Resident Assistants (RAs) each have 22-28 girls in their hall, and their goal is to help cultivate a community that seeks to point one another to Christ. This is accomplished through weekly hall Bible study and prayer times, small-group events, and one-on-one discipleship meetings. The RAs are also encouraged to form meaningful, intentional relationships with the girls in their hall, building into their life and encouraging their walk with the Lord.

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