Burns Street Apartments are College-owned apartments for junior- and senior-level students. Located at the corner of Clark and Burns streets, these apartments house 46 students (gender-specific) with two people to an apartment. There are a total of 15 standard apartments (one-bedroom, one-bathroom) and eight efficiency (studio) apartments.
Building your own loft is prohibited. All college furniture must remain in the room/apartment throughout the entire academic year.
Students in Burns Street Apartments are not required to be on a College Board Plan. However, students may purchase a College Board Plan if desired. Please see Dining Services for more information.
Residents are responsible for the housekeeping in their individual apartments. Students need to bring their own cookware, dishware, and silverware.
Wireless access is only available in the common areas of the apartment. All student rooms have active, wired ports.
The Residence Hall Director (RD) that oversees all apartments is also the RD for Mitchell Towers and lives on the first floor of Mitchell Towers year round.
Burns Street Apartments are set up with a card system that allows students to use their Albion1Card as a key to their residential building. Students will receive a key from the Office of Residential Life that will lock/unlock their individual apartment door.
Burns Street Apartments is a smoke-free facility. For more information about our Smoking Policy, please see page 79 in our 2015-2016 Student Handbook.
Burns Street Apartments have four emergency telephones that are direct lines to Campus Safety:
Please see Campus Safety’s Emergency Telephone Location Map for all emergency telephone locations.
Students interested in living in Burns Street Apartments must apply in groups of two (same gender) during Apartment phase of the Room Selection Process.
Apartment/Ingham Applications are due Thursday, March 24, 2016 by 4:00 PM.
For information on room rates, please see the Accounting Office's Tuition & Fees page.
1220 - 1228 Burns Street
Albion, MI 49224