UMKC's newest residence hall, Johnson Hall, opened in August 2009.
Johnson Hall is a place where you'll find private study rooms, community
kitchens and social/entertainment lounges on each floor.
Johnson Hall is also UMKC's first facility named for an African American.
It is just a part of the huge legacy Herman and Dorothy H. Johnson
left to Kansas City.
With space to house 328 students, the four-story residence hall
features two wings of semi-suite, double- and single-occupancy rooms
connected via a glass-encased corridor. This is definitely a place
where you can get to know other students with similar interests and