J. Howard Williams Student Village

Construction began on the J. Howard Williams Student Village in 1957 on twenty-eight acres of land that was purchased from the Park Board of the city of Fort Worth. Located on Seminary Drive, immediately across the street from the north side of the campus, the Student Village was named in memory of the fourth president of the seminary. Today, Student Village has 124 townhomes (two-bedroom) and 12 new buildings with 216 two-bedroom and 36 three-bedroom apartments. 

New Student Village Apartments

Southwestern has completed 12 new apartment buildings conveniently located in the Student Village housing complex across the street from the main campus. The new buildings contain 216 two-bedroom units and 36 three-bedroom units.

Features

In addition to standard amenities such as an electric range (ceramic glass top) /oven and refrigerator, these new units include several added amenities:

  • Washer/Dryer Connections (electric only)
  • Dishwasher
  • Kitchen pantry
  • Laminate flooring in living spaces, tile in bathrooms, carpet in bedrooms
  • Master bedroom with walk-in closet (closet accessible from bathroom in three-bedroom unit)
  • Walk-in closet in guest bedroom
  • Balcony with storage closet (three-bedroom units only)

Pricing

2 Bedroom/2 Bath 860 sq. ft. $650 (tenant pays electric)
3 Bedroom/2 Bath 1,000 sq. ft. $800 (tenant pays electric)

Floor Plans (Layouts and sizes may vary)

Two-bedroom floor plan Three-bedroom floor plan


Student Village Townhomes

Reserved for families 

Features

  • Utilities: Tenant pays for electricity, telephone, cable, and internet. Water and garbage collection are included with rent.
  • Central heating and cooling (individually controlled)
  • Stove (electric) and refrigerator provided
  • Carpet
  • Washer/dryer connections
  • Patrolled by seminary security
  • Playground for children

Pricing

2 Bedroom/1.5 Bath 879 sq. ft. $625 (tenant pays electric)

Floor Plans (Layouts and sizes may vary)

Floor Plan

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Established 1908 Fort Worth, Texas