The 17th Street Student Center is home to students and young adults from all over the world. We house students and young adults at an affordable rate while offering a Christ-centered environment for them. We are conveniently located across the street from Washburn University and just west of PTs Coffee Roasting Co. The 17th Street Student Center is part of Washburn Chi Alpha Campus Ministries.
If you are looking for an affordable and convenient place to stay while you are a student or just needing an apartment that brings great community and relationships, then The 17th Student Center is the right place for you! Contact Us Today for more information!
The Student Center Residential Monthly Rate: $400
School Year Commitment (10 Months): $325 / month
Calendar Year Commitment $300 / Month
(Jan 1- Dec 31 or Aug 1 – July 31st)
(includes ALL utilities, laundry, and internet)
Application Fee: $50 (non-refundable)Apply Now
Intentional Christian Community
Life and education is not just about what we do or the things we learn. More importantly, it is about who we are with. The 17th Street Student Center invites you to be a part of an intentional Christian community where you will grow spiritually, emotionally, and intellectually. This is a safe community that will accept who God has made you to be, but will also challenge you to reach your full potential.
Community is not easy, but it is one of the main places where we find growth, beauty, and the truth God has to offer. To this end, those living at the 17th Street Student Center make certain commitments to God, and to one another to foster community. These commitments are not made to control, but rather to create an atmosphere of safety, freedom, and room for spiritual formation.
Spiritual Formation in Community
Christian Character and spiritual development does not happen purely in a weekly Church service, but instead grows through the rhythms of everyday life. At the 17th Street Student Center you have the opportunity to both participate and lead house worship, prayer services, mentoring, and service projects. These activities are not forced upon you, but rather you are invited to them, and have chosen to be a part of them by living at the 17th Street Student Center. Part of being formed spiritually is to become an adult, and to take responsibility for your own spiritual formation. However, you are not on your own. There are Chi Alpha pastors, student mentors, and other residents making the journey with you.