Jones Hall

Jones Hall is located in the Northeast corner of campus in the Student Living Center.

Floor Plan

Jones Hall floorplan

Space Dimensions
Bedroom 10' x 15'
Living Room/Kitchen 14' x 18'
Bathroom 5' x 6'
Toilet Bathroom 6' x 3'

Please note: Dimensions for accommodations are approximations only. As with any physical structure, room sizes and dimensions may vary due to slight architectural differences and we cannot provide exact specifications for individual locations. While we understand you may want to purchase items for your room prior to arriving, it may be best to wait until you arrive when you can see the physical space within the unit.

View enlarged floor plans in the image gallery.


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Units

Apartment

Preview of Jones Hall apartment virtual reality tour

Common Spaces

Floor Lounge (Floors 2-4)

Preview of Jones Hall floors 2-4 lounge virtual reality tour

1st Floor Lounge

Preview of Jones Hall 1st floor lounge virtual reality tour

Student Living Center Lounge & Office

Preview of Student Living Center lounge and office virtual reality tour


Pricing

2022-2023

Jones Hall Rent Per Semester Meal Plan
Shared Room $1,880 Optional
Block Meal Plans Price
25 Meals $262.50
50 Meals $500.00
75 Meals $712.50

A housing meal plan is optional when living in Jones Hall. More Information about meal plans can be found below.

Learn More About Meal Plans


Amenities

Lightbulb

All Utilities Included

Wifi

Wireless & Wired Internet

Tshirt

Free Laundry

Wrench

24/7 On-Call Maintenance

couch

Community Lounge

dumbbell

Fitnesss Room

Volleyball

Sand Volleyball

Fire

Outdoor Gas Fire Pit

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Air Conditioning (Living Room)

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About the Community

Living Here

The Student Living Center is a community of just over 700 residents spread throughout eight buildings. It is situated in the Northeast corner of USU's main campus, by one of Logan City’s residential neighborhoods. Its location and layout give it a feel of being its own small neighborhood, rather than a traditional residence hall.

Each of our area buildings (Davis, Jones, Morgan, Rich, San Juan, Snow, Summit and Wasatch Halls) are apartment-style living with full kitchens in each apartment. Students can take advantage of Housing and Residence Life’s educational programming and in-depth support system, which includes Resident Assistants in each building as well as our Area Council, while still maintaining a large part of the autonomy associated with off-campus living.

The Student Living Center also makes sustainable living a focus of its programming throughout the year, including a recycling newsletter, signage in each building and area-wide participation in a variety of programs centered on sustainability.

Area Amenities

Residents living in the Student Living Center have access to:

  • Fitness Center
  • Computer Lab
  • Large Conference Room
  • Sand Volleyball
  • Gas Fire Pit
  • Pool Table
  • Ping Pong Table
  • Lounge Areas

Residents can also check-out the following items for free at the Area Office (located in the Lundstrom Student Center):

  • Billiards equipment
  • Ping Pong equipment
  • Laser Tag equipment
  • DVDs

Traditions

Tradition is an exciting part of the Student Living Center experience. We open each year with our annual "SLCnic." The SLCnic is a large-scale cookout with games, prizes and music.

Every Halloween we also do a Haunted House in the Lundstrom Student Center. We select a new theme each year for our staff to get creative with new chills and thrills. 

Another favorite tradition is the Super Bowl party. We host one of the largest parties on campus. We may not be able to promise your team will win, but we can promise we'll bring the wings.

Area Council

The Student Living Center Area Council is a great way to develop leadership skills and provides an opportunity to meet new people and make your on-campus experience more memorable. A part of the housing-wide Residence Hall Association (RHA), Area Council members will have the opportunity to attend RHA retreats, become involved in programming (in the Student Living Center and campus-wide), and make a real difference in the community through continuous improvement initiatives. In addition, the Area Council receives a budget each year for its own programming.

Past area councils have planned or assisted with programs and activities in the Student Living Center, including the RHA Holiday Dinner, Hot Chocolate Night, and the Haunted House. If you are interested in becoming a Residence Life Staff Member, such as a Resident Assistant, Area Council is a fantastic place to begin networking.


Additional Information

Furnishings

Bedroom

  • 2 twin XL beds (36" x 80" mattresses)
  • 2 desks
  • 2 chairs
  • 2 closets
  • 2 dressers
  • 2 shelves

Each room has a wired Ethernet port and wireless connectivity for Internet, curtains or blinds, full-length mirror and wall-to-wall carpeting.

Living Room

  • Couch
  • 1 upholstered chair
  • Coffee table
  • AC unit

Kitchen

  • Refrigerator
  • Microwave
  • Stove
  • Counter height bar with bar stools

Bathrooms

Each apartment has two bathrooms. One contains a bathtub/shower, shower curtain and a sink. The other room contains a toilet and an additional sink.

Laundry

The laundry machines are FREE to use! Just provide your own concentrated high-efficiency detergent.

High-efficiency, Energy Star® washers and dryers are installed that clean effectively, help save time and are gentle on your clothes and the environment! High-efficiency, front loading machines hold more clothes and use less water than conventional laundry equipment.

For best washing results:

  • Use 2 Tbsp. of concentrated HE detergent (it's specially formulated for these machines)
  • Choose a cold water setting to save energy
  • Wash only full loads

For best drying results:

  • Clean dryer filter before use

What To Bring

Ideas

Our Pinterest page has some great visual ideas and suggestions for what to bring. You can also see what things are best to leave at home.

Make Your "Home Away From Home"

Bring these items and make it your "home away from home."

  • Bedding: sheets, blankets, pillow, pillowcases, and bedspread. Mattresses are 36” x 80” (Twin XL, longer than a regular twin bed)
  • Towels and toiletries
  • Laundry basket
  • Alarm clock
  • Stereo, radio
  • Computer
  • Wall decor, throw pillows, various decorative items as desired.

(Please do not use anything that may damage the walls to hang décor. We recommend using Command Picture Hanging Strips/Hooks by 3M)

In addition to your personal belongings, you will need items for your kitchen. Check with your roommates in advance to avoid duplication. You may even want to wait until after you move in and purchase items after consulting each other. The following is a list of possibilities:

  • Dishes, silverware, glasses, serving dishes
  • Mixing bowls, hand mixer
  • Cutting board, measuring cups and spoons
  • Salt and pepper shakers
  • Dishtowels, dishcloths, hot pads
  • Frying pan, pots and pans
  • Dish drainer
  • Egg beater, strainer, can opener
  • Cheese grater, vegetable peeler
  • Clothes iron, small kitchen appliances

Storage space in all buildings is very limited. Please plan accordingly.

Housekeeping & Maintenance

Residents are responsible for cleaning their apartment, which includes the bathroom and should stock household cleaning supplies and toilet paper. Vacuum cleaners can be checked out for temporary use at the area office. Repairs and regular maintenance of residence halls is done by Housing Facilities staff. Residence may submit maintenance requests.

Mailing Address

Address Format

1215 E 1000 N Apt (#)
Logan, UT 84321

Example

1215 E 1000 N Apt 102
Logan, UT 84321