Find your home in a great big world.

You'll spend your first two years in traditional residence halls, supported by live-in resident assistants who are there to show you the ropes and help you have a good time. As an upperclassman, you'll choose among suite- or apartment-style options or opt to live in a house focused on a special interest—such as academic, diversity, or social justice. And you'll never have to worry about finding a place to live because housing is guaranteed for all four years.

If you are requesting special housing conditions such as air-conditioning, medical documentation from a physician stating the specific housing need is necessary; Form A or Form B must be completed for special housing needs. 

Return the form to the Office of Residential Life by May 31, in order for us to meet your request. For allergies and asthma with a documented medical need requiring special housing, complete form A; for all other special housing medical conditions, complete Form B. Forms should only be submitted if there is a documented medical need and special housing is absolutely required. 

Residency Policy

Lebanon Valley College is a four-year residential college and believes that an LVC education is the result of distinctively curricular and co-curricular experiences in class, on campus, and in the residences. As such, all first-year students, sophomores, juniors, and seniors are required to live on campus, unless they are enrolled as a commuting student. All resident students must have a residential meal plan.

The College will provide housing to currently enrolled full-time undergraduate students who have not completed an undergraduate degree. Ninth-semester seniors who have not completed an undergraduate degree may appeal to the director of residential life for on-campus housing.

Commuter Policy

To be considered a commuter, a student must live within 30 driving miles of campus and commute from their parent(s)/guardian’s home or permanent residence daily. The change of housing status form can be obtained from the Office of Residential Life.

The form requires a parent or legal guardian’s signature and must be received in the Office of Residential Life by May 1 for the fall semester and by December 1 for the spring semester. Students listed as a commuter and later found living in off-campus quarters will be assigned a room and meal plan on campus and charged accordingly.



Traditional Halls

All traditional hall bedrooms are single-sex, and each resident is provided a bed, dresser, desk, desk chair, and closet space. All housing options at Lebanon Valley College are clean-air facilities.

Funkhouser Hall

Funkhouser Hall houses just over 200 first-year students and is named in memory of Dr. E.N. Funkhouser, president emeritus of the board of trustees. 

Hammond Hall

Hammond Hall houses 82 upper-class students and is named in the memory of Lucian H. Hammond, second president of the College.

Keister Hall

Keister Hall houses 76 upper-class students and is named in memory of Dr. Lawrence Keister, LVC president from 1907–12.

Mary Green Hall

Mary Green Hall houses 117 upper-class students and is named in memory of the former dean of women, Mary Capp Green.

View our 360-degree video of Mary Green.

Silver Hall

Silver Hall houses 142 upper-class students and is named for alumna Dr. Mable I. Silver ’25, a missionary doctor.

Stanson Hall

Ground was broken in May 2008 for Stanson Hall on the corner of Sheridan Avenue and Railroad Street. Named for Gregory Stanson '63, vice president emeritus for enrollment and student services, the 148-bed resident hall provides a mixture of single and double rooms configured to foster a sense of community while still providing privacy. The building, which echoes the roofline of the Vernon and Doris Bishop Library, was opened to students at the beginning of the fall 2009 semester. 

  • Stanson Hall has 50 singles and 49 doubles with 148 total beds.
  • Each resident is provided a bed, dresser, closet, desk and desk chair.

Vickroy Hall

Vickroy Hall houses approximately 135 first-year students and is named in honor of Thomas Rhys Vickroy, first president of the College.

View our 360-degree video of Vickroy.

Traditional Hall Room Rates for 2022-2023

Per Semester $3,235
Per Year $6,470

Single rooms are charged at a level 1 rate below.



Houses, Apartments, Suites, & Single Rooms

Reserved for upperclassmen, all apartments and suites are single-sex, and each resident is provided a bed, dresser, desk, desk chair, and closet space. All housing options at Lebanon Valley College are clean-air facilities.

20 and 22 W. Sheridan Avenue

20 W. Sheridan Avenue houses 2 students. 

22 W. Sheridan Avenue houses 5 students. 

  • A group of two students is the only acceptable means to sign up for 20 W. Sheridan.
  • A group of five students is the only acceptable means to sign up for 22 W. Sheridan.
  • Each house is single-sex.
  • All students who secure one of these facilities will pay a Level 2 room rate.  

Note: Students who live in the single bedrooms will pay a Level 1 room rate.

  • EACH facility is clean air. There can be no burning of any substance (candles, incense, tobacco, etc.) in these facilities.
  • ALL Utilities included.
  • Facilities are non-air-conditioned. Students MAY NOT bring or install their own window or non-window air-conditioning unit(s).
  • Semi-Furnished: Wireless Internet, Bunkable Beds, Dressers, Desk and Chair, Sofa and Chair (CA 44 Only), Kitchen Table and Chairs, Coin-less Washer/Dryer, Stove/Refrigerator.
  • Meal Plan: Student must select a meal plan option.
  • Cleaning: Weekly Kitchens and Bathrooms.
  • Parking: North (Red) Parking Lot.

Bedroom breakdown: 

20 W. Sheridan Avenue: 

  • (1) 2-person bedroom 

22 W. Sheridan Avenue: 

  • (3) 1-person bedroom 
  • (1) 2-person bedrooms

24 Sheridan Avenue

  • 24 Sheridan Avenue houses 5 students.
  • Located across Rt. 934
  • A group of five students is the only acceptable means through which to sign up for this house.
  • Each house is single-sex.
  • All students who secure this facility will pay a Level I room rate.
  • EACH facility is clean air. There can be no burning of any substance (candles, incense, tobacco, etc.) in these facilities.
  • ALL Utilities included, facility is air-conditioned.
  • Semi-Furnished: Wireless Internet, Bunkable Beds, Dressers, Desk and Chair, Sofa and Chair (CA 44 Only), Kitchen Table and Chairs, Coin-less Washer/Dryer, Stove/Refrigerator.
  • Meal Plan: Student must select a meal plan.
  • Cleaning: Weekly Kitchens and Bathrooms.
  • Parking: 4 spots at house or North (Red) Parking Lot.
  • This house has (1) 1-person bedroom and (2) 2-person bedrooms.

44 College Avenue

  • 44 College Avenue houses 6 students.
  • A group of six students is the only acceptable means through which to sign up for 44 College Avenue.
  • Each house is single-sex.
  • All students who secures this facility will pay a Level I room rate.
  • EACH facility is clean air. There can be no burning of any substance (candles, incense, tobacco, etc.) in these facilities.
  • ALL Utilities Included, facilities are non-air-conditioned. Students MAY NOT bring or install their own air-conditioning unit(s).
  • Semi-Furnished: Wireless Internet, Bunkable Beds, Dressers, Desk and Chair, Sofa and Chair (CA 44 Only), Kitchen Table and Chairs, Coin-less Washer/Dryer, Stove/Refrigerator.
  • Meal Plan: Student must select a meal plan.
  • Cleaning: Weekly Kitchen and Bathroom.
  • Parking: North (Red) Parking Lot.
  • This house has (2) 1-person bedrooms and (2) 2-person bedrooms.

136 & 138 College Avenue

  • Groups of six students are the only acceptable means through which to sign up for these houses.
  • All students who secure these facilities will pay a Level I room rate.
  • EACH facility is clean air. There can be no burning of any substance (candles, incense, tobacco, etc.) in these facilities.
  • ALL Utilities included.
  • Facilities are non-air-conditioned. Students MAY NOT bring or install their own window or non-window air-conditioning unit(s).
  • Semi-Furnished: Wireless Internet, Bunkable Beds, Dressers, Desk and Chair, Sofa and Chair (CA 44 Only), Kitchen Table and Chairs, Coin-less Washer/Dryer, Stove/Refrigerator.
  • Meal Plan: Student must select a meal plan.
  • Cleaning: Weekly Kitchens and Bathrooms
  • Parking: North (Red) Parking Lot

Bedroom breakdown

136 College Avenue: 

  • (2) 1-person bedrooms
  • (2) 2-person bedroom

136 & 138 College Avenue:

  • This house serves as a Caron Recovery House
  • Groups of six students are the only acceptable means through which to sign up for these houses.
  • All students who secure these facilities will pay a Level I room rate.
  • EACH facility is clean air. There can be no burning of any substance (candles, incense, tobacco, etc.) in these facilities.
  • ALL Utilities included.
  • Facilities are non-air-conditioned. Students MAY NOT bring or install their own window or non-window air-conditioning unit(s).
  • Semi-Furnished: Wireless Internet, Bunkable Beds, Dressers, Desk and Chair, Sofa and Chair (CA 44 Only), Kitchen Table and Chairs, Coin-less Washer/Dryer, Stove/Refrigerator
  • Meal Plan: Student must select a meal plan.
  • Cleaning: Weekly Kitchens and Bathrooms
  • Parking: North (Red) Parking Lot

138 College Avenue:

  • (3) 2-person bedrooms
  • (4) one-person bedrooms
  • (1) two-person bedroom

Dellinger Hall

Dellinger Hall houses 72 students. Each suite houses four students and is a single-sex suite. Students living in these halls are usually rising senior and rising junior students. A kitchen is located on each floor.

  • Groups of four (4) are permitted to sign up for Dellinger Hall.
  • All students who secure a room in the suites will pay the Level I room rate.
  • ALL suites are clean air. There can be no burning of any substance (candles, incense, tobacco, etc.) in these facilities.
  • ALL Utilities Included.
  • Semi-Furnished: Wireless Internet, Bunkable Beds, Dressers, Desk and Chair, Sofa and Chair (CA 44 Only), Kitchen Table and Chairs, Coin-less Washer/Dryer, Stove/Refrigerator.
  • Meal Plan: Student must select a meal plan.
  • Cleaning: Bi-weekly Bathrooms.
  • Parking: North (Red) Parking Lot.
  • There are a total of eighteen (18) four-person suites. ALL suites house four (4) students. Dellinger consists of four (4) single rooms, a living room, and bathroom. Students may sign as a group of four in the suites.

Derickson Hall

Derickson Hall houses 79 students in apartment style living who are usually rising senior or rising junior students. Kitchens are provided in the individual apartments. Each apartment is single-sex.

  • Groups are the ONLY acceptable means through which to sign up for Derickson A and B.
  • All students who secure an apartment will pay a Level 1 room rate.
  • ALL apartments are clean air. There can be no burning of any substance (candles, incense, tobacco, etc.) in these facilities.
  • ALL Utilities Included.
  • Semi-Furnished: Wireless Internet, Bunkable Beds, Dressers, Desk and Chair, Sofa and Chair (CA 44 Only), Kitchen Table and Chairs, Coin-less Washer/Dryer, Stove/Refrigerator.
  • Meal Plan: Student must select a meal plan.
  • Cleaning: Bi-weekly Kitchen and Bathroom.
  • Parking: Limited assigned parking per apartment within the Derickson and Fencil Lots.

Available Apartments "A" Building:

  • (2) - 2 person apartment (DA 101 & 102)
  • (2) - 3 person apartment (DA 020 & 030)
  • (10) - 4 person apartment (DA 103, 104, 201, 202, 203, 204, 301, 302, 303, & 304)

Available Apartments "B" Building:

  • (5) - 5 person apartments (DB 001 - 005)
  • (1) - 4 person apartments (DB 006) 

Maple East & West

Maple East is located at 219 E. Maple St. and Maple West is located at 217 E. Maple St. and each house six students.

  • Groups of six students are the only acceptable means through which to sign up for Maple East and West.
  • Each house is single sex. 
  • All students who secure one of these facilities will pay a Level 2 room rate.  
  • Note: Students who live in the single bedrooms will pay a Level 1 room rate.
  • Each facility is clean air. There can be no burning of any substance (candles, incense, tobacco, etc.) in these facilities.
  • ALL utilities included; both facilities are non-air-conditioned. Students MAY NOT bring or install their own window or non-window units.
  • Semi-Furnished: Wireless Internet, Bunkable Beds, Dressers, Desk and Chair, Sofa and Chair (CA 44 Only), Kitchen Table and Chairs, Coin-less Washer/Dryer, Stove/Refrigerator.
  • Meal plan: Student must select a meal plan.
  • Cleaning: Weekly kitchen and bathroom.
  • Parking: North (Red) Parking Lot.

Bedroom Breakdown

  • Maple East:  (3) 2-person rooms
  • Maple West: (3) 2-person rooms

Marquette Hall

  • Marquette Hall houses 56 students.
  • Each suite houses four students and is single-sex.
  • Students living in these halls are usually rising senior and rising junior students.
  • A kitchen is located on each floor. (Room Dimensions)
  • Groups of 4 are permitted to sign up for Marquette Hall.
  • All students who secure a room in the suites will pay the Level I room rate.
  • ALL suites are clean air. There can be no burning of any substance (candles, incense, tobacco, etc.) in these facilities.
  • ALL Utilities Included.
  • Semi-Furnished: Wireless Internet, Bunkable Beds, Dressers, Desk and Chair, Sofa and Chair (CA 44 Only), Kitchen Table and Chairs, Coin-less Washer/Dryer, Stove/Refrigerator.
  • Meal Plan: Student must select a meal plan.
  • Cleaning: Bi-weekly Bathrooms.
  • Parking: North (Red) Parking Lot.
  • There are a total of fourteen (14) four-person suites.
  • ALL suites house four (4) students. There are two (2) single rooms, one (1) double room, a living room, and bathroom.
  • Students may only sign up as a group of four in the suites.

Reber House (38 College Avenue)

Reber House (38 College Avenue) is located across the street from the Admission and Financial Aid Office and houses 20 students in apartment style living. 

  • Groups only are permitted to sign up for Reber House (38 College Avenue).
  • All students who secure an apartment will pay a Level 2 room rate.  
  • Note: Students who live in the single bedrooms will pay a Level 1 room rate.
  • EACH facility is clean air. There can be no burning of any substance (candles, incense, tobacco, etc.) in these facilities.
  • ALL Utilities included; facility is non-air-conditioned. Students MAY NOT bring or install their own air-conditioning unit(s).
  • Semi-Furnished: Wireless Internet, Bunkable Beds, Dressers, Desk and Chair, Sofa and Chair (CA 44 Only), Kitchen Table and Chairs, Coin-less Washer/Dryer, Stove/Refrigerator.
  • Meal Plan: Student must select a meal plan.
  • Cleaning: Bi-weekly Kitchens and Bathrooms
  • Parking: North (Red) Parking Lot
  • Available Apartments:

Reber House (38 College Avenue)

  • (4) - 5 Person Apartments with (1) - 1 Person Room and (2) - 2 Person Rooms Per Apartment

Weimer House (144 College Avenue)

Weimer House is located at 144 College Avenue next door to the Public Safety Office and houses 6 students.

Weimer House is able to be a co-ed house as well as a single-sex house.

  • A group of six is the only acceptable means through which to sign up for these houses.
  • All students who secure these facilities will pay a Level I room rate.
  • EACH facility is clean air. There can be no burning of any substance (candles, incense, tobacco, etc.) in these facilities.
  • ALL Utilities included, facilities are non-air-conditioned. Students MAY NOT bring or install their own air-conditioning unit(s).
  • Semi-Furnished: Wireless Internet, Bunkable Beds, Dressers, Desk and Chair, Sofa and Chair (CA 44 Only), Kitchen Table and Chairs, Coin-less Washer/Dryer, Stove/Refrigerator.
  • Meal Plan: Student must select a meal plan.
  • Cleaning: Weekly Kitchens and Bathrooms
  • Parking: North (Red) Parking Lot
  • This house has (3) 2-person bedrooms.

Level 1 Room Rates for 2022–2023

Level 1 Per Semester $3,900
Level 1 Per Year $7,800

 



Interest-Driven Housing

Along with traditional residence life options, LVC also offers special interest communities where students live together in on-campus houses. These communities enable students interested in a particular topic or cause to live and work together in a communal setting and create programming that benefits the campus under the guidance of the Office of Residential Life.

Previous communities have included the Women’s Services and Gender Resource Center, sustainability, mental health awareness, a STEM house for first-year residents, Community Response for Everyone’s Wellbeing, diversity, and wellness.

Room rates for interest-driven housing vary and could fall under traditional, Level 1, or Level 2 costs. 

students spend time together studying on the quad

Living Learning Communities

Learn more about how students in our LLCs take a common course while also living together and enjoying social and academic programming relating to the community theme.

first year students and mentors on the quad.

First Year Student Communities

Most first-year students will be assigned to reserved first-year student residence halls. These first-year student communities have been developed to help new students adjust to their new academic environment and encourage their participation in activities, as well as develop bonds of friendship. The resident assistants are available to help promote a rewarding and enjoyable residence hall experience. Participation and mutual respect are the keys to a great residential experience.