LVC offers a range of housing options. For the first two years, students stay in traditional residence halls, allowing them to learn about themselves, meet a lot of people, and make friends. Most upper-level students live in more independent environments, including small houses, rooms clustered as suites, or apartment-style housing.
There are six traditional residence halls on campus: Funkhouser Hall, Hammond Hall, Keister Hall, Mary Capp Green Hall, Silver Hall, and Vickroy Hall. All bedrooms are single-sex and LVC provides each resident with a bed, dresser, desk, desk chair, and closet space.
Houses, Apartments, Suites, and Single Rooms
LVC offers upper-level students more independent living arrangements. All apartments and suites are single-sex and all suites and apartments are provided with beds, dressers, desks, desk chairs, mini-blinds, sofas, chairs, and end tables.
Traditional Hall Rooms
The cost of traditional hall rooms are $2,655 per semester and $5,310 for the year. Single room are charged at a Level 1 rate.
Room rates for houses, apartments, suites, and single rooms that are classified as level 1 are $3,255 per semester and $6,510 for the year:
- 24 Sheridan Avenue
- 44 College Avenue
- 136 and 138 College Avenue
- Dellinger Hall
- Derickson Hall Apartments
- Marquette Hall
- Stanson Hall
- Weimer House or 144 College Avenue
- Single rooms in 20 and 22 West Sheridan Avenue
- Single rooms in Maple East and West
Room rates for houses, apartments, suites, and single rooms that are classified as level 2 rates are $3,085 per semester and $6,170 for the year.
- 20 and 22 West Sheridan Avenue
- Reber House