Housing Options

Most Bexley Seabury courses are offered in a low-residency hybrid intensive format, with concentrated classroom sessions supplemented by online learning. Depending on the program and course, students usually meet at our Hyde Park/Woodlawn location:

  • Three Friday-Saturday weekends spread over three months
  • One week, Monday-Friday in January and/or June
  • Three-weeks each summer for three summers

Housing options during campus residencies


> Catholic Theological Union Student Residential Hall, 5401 S. Cornell Ave. All residential rooms include a full (double) bed, desk and chair, dresser, nightstand, bookcase, floor lamp and desk lamp. Each room has a private bath along with local telephone service and Wi-Fi access. Residents will also have access to common spaces such as laundry room, kitchen, lounge, and chapel. Pricing information. Limited number of rooms.

To request housing, complete and submit a request form.

Questions? Contact Nic D’Alessio, Events and Student Services Assistant


> Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, located at 1100 E. 55th Street, makes excess student housing available to Bexley Seabury students. Housing options include vintage brownstone apartments across from the seminary and shared occupancy apartments.

Contact Kim Ferguson (773-256-0700). Price as of August 2016 is $80 per night and is subject to change. Limited number of rooms.

Area Hotels are another option. Listed here are properties where staff, faculty, or board members have stayed. Rates fluctuate with season and local events, and vary from reasonable to quite high. These locations are about two miles from Bexley Seabury; consider public treansportation, taxi, or ride services such as Uber.

Hyatt Place Chicago-South/University Medical Center, 5225 S. Harper Avenue, Chicago 773-752-5300.

LaQuinta Chicago Lakeshore, 4900A S. Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 773-324-3000

Airbnb

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