The Pointe @ JSU FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

If you are currently living on campus, the Current Resident Reapplication opens February 1 within THD Self Service. Room selection will take place during February 2023. If you are not currently living on campus, you will need to log in to THD Self Service and submit the Transfer/New Upper Class Resident Application which is available starting October 10. More information for current residents can be found online at the Renew page. 

Costs for fall 2023-summer 2024 are $2860 per person per semester for a four-bedroom unit and $2960 per person per semester for a two-bedroom unit (utilities included with $30/per resident monthly allowance for electricity). The lease is for 12 months which includes fall, spring, and summer semesters. We realize that for fall and spring semesters, many students will use financial aid and scholarships to pay for this but may be unable to use those funds in the summer months. 

Students moving into The Pointe @ JSU for spring will be responsible for spring and summer semesters of the lease agreement. 

Upperclassmen students are eligible to live at The Pointe @ JSU. First-year students are not eligible for The Pointe @ JSU.

No, your amenities include a kitchen with new stainless-steel appliances (refrigerator, oven, microwave, dishwasher), which allow residents to prepare their own meals.

Yes, we have a limited number of two-bedroom units in building #6. 

Please submit the online Pointe Animal Application. If approved, you will be contacted via your JSU email address with instructions on how to proceed. 

  • Fully furnished common area with a sofa, chair, end table, entertainment stand, bar stools

  • Fully furnished bedrooms with full-sized mattress/frame, dresser, desk chair

  • New stainless-steel appliances: refrigerator, oven, microwave, dishwasher

  • Washer and dryer in every unit

  • Ceiling fans in common area and each bedroom

  • Patio/balcony

  • Pool and club house access

  • Exercise gym

  • Basketball/tennis court

  • Volleyball court

  • Dog park

  • Gated entry with access card

Silver Student JSU decals will be issued to residents of The Pointe @ JSU. Residents will also receive their own Pointe decal that should be affixed above the JSU decal. 

Rent is inclusive of water, sewer, trash, cable, internet, and electricity ($30 monthly allowance per resident for electricity).

No, payments must be made per semester by the payment due date. Students may register for a payment plan online through the Office of Student Accounts, more information can be found online at  

Additional security measures include gated entry with access cards and security cameras throughout the property. Security personnel are on site 24/7 at the gated entry. 

Yes, JSU Housing Operations and Residence Life staff members will conduct monthly health and safety inspections.

Residents are not able to sublease per the JSU Housing Lease Agreement. Lease terms are for 12 months. Students seeking to break their leases will need to refer to the Housing Operations and Residence Life policy regarding Housing Buyout Request. Students moving into The Pointe @ JSU for spring will be responsible for spring and summer semesters of the lease agreement. 

No, all furniture must remain in the unit.

Beginning Fall 2019, students will be required to pay a $200 refundable security deposit to the student’s account within seven business days of assignment. 

graphic of room dimensions at the Pointe

Map of the Pointe

Please see the Rules and Regulations for more information. 

Please see the Terms and Conditions of the lease agreement for additional information regarding The Pointe @ JSU. 

Work orders for The Pointe @ JSU should be submitted online. 

In the event of an after-hours emergency, please call The Pointe @ JSU on-call phone (256) 689-0811. Emergency work orders are defined as:

• Overflowing water from water heater, sink, shower/tub, or toilet.
• Complete power outage.
• Smoking or sparking appliances.
• Sewer problems indicated by a toilet not flushing or a sink or shower not draining.
• Unsecured or broken entry door or completely broken window depending upon extent and location of damage.
• No hot water.
• Loss of heat/air.
• Gas leaks.

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