Johnson-London Hall (1968) is a four-story, two-wing residence hall. It is named in honor of O.J. Johnson, a former professor and dean of men and dean of the University; and for Hans London, a former member of the Waldorf University maintenance staff. Johnson is an all-male hall and London is an all-female hall, connected by a common lobby area.
Johnson-London serves as the primary living area associated with the Waldorf First-Year Experience. There is capacity for 154 freshmen students. The hall provides an environment that offers a large, open social lounge with a pool table, study lounges on the floors and a movie lounge with a kitchen that can be checked out from Residence Life Staff, and close proximity to both the main campus and the athletic fieldhouse. Unique to Johnson-London are the theme floors where first-year students can choose to live on a floor with program geared toward a particular focus. Most, if not all, freshmen will begin their collegiate experience living in these halls and building a strong sense of community.
Johnson and London are located at 526 West J Street and 546 West J Street respectively.