Built in 1999, Johnson Hall is named for two Piedmont alumni, former Trustee Loy Johnson and his wife, Imogene. An apartment-style residence hall, each suite in Johnson Hall features two bedrooms, a bath, and a common area including a refrigerator and microwave. Residents have access to a laundry room in the building.
Johnson Hall suites are separated into four rooms. There are two bedrooms that each come with a twin bed, night stand, desk, dresser, and closet. The living room comes with a refrigerator and microwave. The living room is where students enter, and it has doors to the bedrooms and the bathroom. The bathroom has a sink, toilet, and shower. FULL FLOORPLAN [PDF]