Dennis Johnson Hall of Residence – "The Spartans"

The “DJ Hall” formerly known as “Track House” is a sports dormitory named in honour of Dr. Dennis Johnson, the first Director of Sports and coach of the UTech Track & Field programme and was renovated in 2014 to now house 60 student athletes.

Known athletes who resided on the Track House  since 2002  are Asafa Powell, Nesta Carter, Mario Forsythe, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Anneisha McLaughlin, Kaliese Spencer, Carrie Russell, Sherika Williams, Sherone Simpson, Stephenie McPherson and Rushene McDonald.

The structure remains with the design of a house; 2 floors with 12 bedrooms, a set of three (3) communal type bathrooms (2 sets for males and 1 for females) a kitchen on each floor, a dining area, one lounge area, a computer lab on each floor, a washroom and a balcony for physiotherapy.

Our athletes have used and continue to use the facility to excel whilst making the University and Country proud.