When you live on campus at LCU, you'll understand a whole new level of fellowship and community. ResLife is more than just a room in which you sleep. It's where lifelong relationships develop in those seemingly insignificant moments when you stay up for a late-night card game or decide to have an impromptu game of campus golf after class. ResLife will give you lifelong friendships. It will uncover your weaknesses and strengths and help you discover who you are. ResLife will help make you a stronger person—academically, socially and spiritually. Because college isn't all about academics, it's about growing and learning to live in community.
Full-time, single undergraduate students, who have been out of high school less than four long semesters (two years), are required to live in campus housing. Students may submit a petition to live off campus if they meet one of the following criteria: 1) The student lives with an adult member of his/her immediate family (immediate family is defined as a parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle, legal guardian, or sibling who is 21 or older). 2) Medical reasons for which documentation can be provided. A petition to live off campus must be submitted each fall and spring semester until the student has been out of high school for four long semesters (two years). Financial hardships are not considered as possible exemptions to the campus housing policy.