Johnson-Dietz stands on the site of what was once Bryan Hall, which was completely destroyed by a fire on March 27, 1985. The construction of Johnson-Dietz was completed within 19 months and is named for Clifford Dietz, trustee and honorary alum, and David T. Johnson, son of trustee and alum Robert A. Johnson. Johnson-Dietz is a popular living space for Franklin College students due to its suite-style design. Each suite is comprised of two bedrooms, a bathroom and a common room with large bay windows. In addition to 37 suites, the facility also houses the “Bubble,” a study lounge with windows for walls. Johnson-Dietz provides housing for upperclass men and women and has a portion of the suites designated for substance-free living.
|Capacity:||141 (Women = 76, Men = 65)|
|Design:||37 suites (2 bedrooms, common room & bathroom)|
|Dimensions:||Bedroom area – 9’7” x 16’|