Jonsson Tower (North Quad)

Jonsson Tower is one of four North Quad areas.


Jonsson Tower and the Jonsson Campus are named for Margaret Jonsson, wife of J. Erik Jonsson. Founder of Texas Instruments and former mayor of Dallas, J. E. Jonsson played a key role in Skidmore's move from downtown Saratoga Springs to its current location.  While a trustee, he and his wife purchased the Woodlawn Estate and persuaded Skidmore to build an entirely new campus on the park-like location.  Mrs. Jonsson's portrait hangs in the first floor entryway of Jonsson Tower.

Campus Offices

The Jonsson Tower basement is home to Campus Safety and the Radio Station (WSPN).  The first floor of Jonsson Tower is home to Health Services and the Counseling Center.


Room Furnishings

Rooms are furnished with the following items upon move in:

Room Style

All rooms in Jonsson are suite style.  Each suite can contain a different combination of single rooms, double/triple rooms, and a bathroom.


Room Sizes

Double/Triple Room (68 Rooms): 10'-4" x 19'-6"

Single Room (134 Rooms): 10'-6" x 9'-10"


Jonsson Tower