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LCU on-campus housing offers you an incredible opportunity to fully encounter college life while providing you a home away from home. The ResLife department works hard to foster a safe and supportive community for you. Our goal is for you to have the best possible experience while living on campus. Many students take part in academic, social, and spiritual programs conducted in the residence halls throughout the year.

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Housing Options

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Katie Rogers

Each year, Katie Rogers Hall is home to nearly 250 women on LCU's campus. Many alumni consider their time in Katie Rogers Hall as one of the highlights of their college experience at LCU, and that has as much to do with the lasting friendships made there as with the deep tradition that permeates the residence hall.

Katie Rogers Hall underwent an extensive renovation in 2017 that updated each individual room and also offered extensive upgrades to the lobby, exterior, and parking lot.

Located on the east side of campus, Katie Rogers offers single and private rooms, laundry facilities, common bathrooms, a shared kitchen area, and a large parlor for studying or socializing.  Shared rooms feature two extra-long twin size beds, two dressers, two desks, a closet, sink, and free high-speed internet.

Sunny Park
Resident Director
Sunny.Park@LCU.edu 
806.720.8879

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Katie Rogers Courtyard

Located on the east side of campus, the Courtyard Apartments offer housing primarily for upper-class women. Built in 1996 and recently renovated, the Courtyard offers six private buildings, each housing eight women. Residents enjoy private rooms, semi-private bathrooms, common kitchen and living areas, and laundry facilities.

The Courtyards also offer year-round housing for residents choosing to live on campus or attend classes between the end of the spring semester and beginning of the fall semester.

Sunny Park
Resident Director
Sunny.Park@LCU.edu 
806.720.8879

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Johnson Hall

One of the great LCU traditions for men has been living in Johnson Hall.  The community enjoyed by the young men living in Johnson Hall has created lasting memories, and most male alumni consider their time in there a highlight of their time at LCU.  A building with a rich heritage, Johnson Hall has even survived one of the most involved fires in Lubbock's history. 

Located on the west side of campus adjacent to the new science building, Johnson hall houses nearly 200 men and offers shared and private rooms, laundry facilities, community bathrooms, a shared kitchen area, and TV lounge.  Shared rooms feature two extra-long twin size beds, two dressers, two desks, a closet, sink, and free high-speed internet.

Jordan Meuse
Resident Director
Jordan.Meuse@LCU.edu
806.720.8695

Mabee Hall

Located just across the parking lot from the Student Union Building, the newly-remodeled Mabee Hall offers housing primarily for upper-class students. Because of its smaller number of residents compared to Johnson Hall and Katie Rogers Hall, this residence hall maintains a close atmosphere with lots of privacy and updated accommodations.  This five-story residence hall houses approximately 50 men, and offers private rooms, semi-private bathrooms, common kitchen and lounge area, and laundry facilities.

Mabee Hall also offers year-round housing for residents choosing to live on campus or attend classes between the end of the spring semester and beginning of the fall semester.

Brett Morte
Resident Director
Brett.Morte@LCU.edu
806.720.7165

On-Campus Apartments

Located on the east and west sides of campus, the apartments were originally built in 2000 with two additional units being constructed in 2002.

Campus apartments provide a housing alternative for:

  • Students who are 20 years and older and have been out of high school for 4 long semesters or two years.
  • Married students with no children

Apartments FAQ

What size are the apartments? One, two and four-bedroom units are available. Married students are only permitted to rent a one-bedroom unit.

Are the apartments furnished? No. Each unfurnished unit has a fully carpeted bedroom and living areas and tiled kitchen and bathroom areas. Kitchens are fully equipped with refrigerator, dishwasher, electric stove and disposal.

How do I reserve a campus apartment? Because of popularity of the apartments, a waiting list is maintained by the Apartment Director. A new list will be started each August.

Is a security deposit required? No.

What does the monthly rate include? The monthly rate includes all utilities and Internet services. Unless other arrangements are made, charges will be placed on the student's school bill for the duration of the appropriate lease period.

The university offers three convenient lease periods:

  • August 1 - December 15 
  • January 1 - May 25
  • June 1 - July 25

 

Jordan Meuse
Apartment Manager
jordan.meuse@LCU.edu 
806.720.8695 (office) or 832.671.8284 (mobile)

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