Director: Debbie Kolstad, MBA
Office: Clearwater Hall #216
LCSC provides living accommodations for students in four
residence hall environments. The residence halls are relatively small,
which contributes to a more personal environment and greater
opportunity for involvement. All facilities have easy access to the
Student Union Building, food service facility, and the Library and
are within a short walk to any classroom building on campus. The
residence halls are staffed with professional and paraprofessional
staff. Residence Life staff are trained with the skills necessary to
work with students, to encourage a positive community within our
halls as well as to assist students to develop programming to meet
1. Request housing information from the Office of Residence
Life, Clearwater Hall 216, 792-2053, or apply on-line at http://
2. Return the completed Housing Contract, signed Terms &
Conditions, and $200 deposit to the Controller’s Office.
ROOM AND BOARD
Room and Board rates are charged on a semester or academic year
basis. A $15 residence hall activity fee is charged per semester.
Contracting for a room in one of the residence halls requires that
a student purchase a meal plan option. New students are placed in
available spaces in the order that the college receives the Housing
Contract and a $200 deposit. The Housing Contract, by itself, will
not hold a room for a student.
Upon receipt of the Housing Contract,
Terms & Conditions and a $200 deposit, the
student will be informed of his/her status in relation to available
rooms. Only a limited number of rooms are available each year. If
more Housing Contracts are received than the number of available
rooms, students will be placed on a waiting list.
ROOM AND BOARD RATES, ACADEMIC YEAR
The following rates are estimates for the 2010-2011 academic year
and are subject to change without notice. For more information on
financial policies as it relates to room and board payments and/or
cancellations, please see the terms and conditions of the residence
Students can choose between three meals plans as part of their Room
and Board fixed rate. Meal plans include a dinner meal everyday
as well as brunch served on Saturday and Sunday. Students use
flex dollars to purchase food at the dining center for breakfast and
lunch as well as at The Jitterz Coffee Shop, or at athletic event concession
The estimated meal plan rate for
2010-2011 is $1,400 per semester for a full meal plan. See the
Residence Life website to determine actual rates after July 1.
Each academic year, all residents must pay
the initial semester rate during their first semester of
occupancy. Only students who have lived in campus housing during
Fall Semester are eligible for the continuing semester rate.
Academic Year Rates To qualify for the reduced Academic Year
Rates, students must reside on campus during both Fall and
Academic Year Rates
To qualify for the reduced Academic Year Rates, students must
reside on campus during both Fall and Spring semesters.
A limited number of off-campus houses and apartments are
available for students/student families. Students may request an
application for off-campus housing by calling 792-2053 or via
firstname.lastname@example.org. Vacancies are filled on a first-come, first-served basis from
the off-campus housing waiting list.
ROOM AND BOARD SEMESTER RATES
(ESTIMATES FOR 2010-2011)
||9 weeks IIE
|private bedroom shared suite area
only for upperclassmen with GPA 2.8 or above
|double or triple
semi private bath