LVC students get acquainted during move-in

Residential Life

Our campus is a small world in the middle of a big one. Chances are you'll live within a five-minute walk of any of your classes or friends. We like to think we have everything students need for a comfortable life, including a variety of attractive living options—from traditional residence halls to apartment- or suite-style housing to special interest houses. And students never have to worry about finding a place to live, as housing is required and guaranteed for all four years.

An LVC student decorates her dorm room wall with pictures

Special Interest Housing

From academic service to multiculturalism, from Greek housing to those interested in a particular topic or cause, special interest housing provides a unique and exciting living environment for students wishing to create innovative programs and new initiatives on campus.

A family helps a new student settle in to her dorm room

What To Bring

Figuring out what to bring with you to college can be difficult, so take a look at the list we've created to get an idea of what you can and can't bring with you to your new home.

Dining Services

Dining services always strives to be progressive in the food and options we provide to LVC. Each semester a formal student preference survey is conducted to gather feedback. Immediate concerns are addressed through the Student Council appointed food service representatives, our comment board, or our preference—speaking directly to a manager or the dining services general manager. We truly want your input. It will only help us provide a better food service to you, our customer.