COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 Information

Lindenwood continues to monitor the COVID-19 campus and make decisions in the best interest of the community. Students and employees demonstrating symptoms should complete the Initial Assessment Survey. COVID-19 Response and Resources.

Student Life

Residence
Halls

Residence
Halls

Student Life NAVIGATION

Lindenwood University Residential Life strives to provide quality residential communities that encourage residents’ personal growth and development.

Lindenwood University offers four male, five female, and six co-ed residence halls, centrally located on our main campus. Additionally we offer a variety of single family homes referred to as "Non-traditional housing". Each residence hall is supervised by a live-in Residential Community Coordinator (RCC). They oversee the general well-being and safety of the resident.  Resident students may direct questions, concerns, or ideas about residential living to an Residential Community Coordinator, Assistant Residential Community Coordinator, Residential Administrative Assistant, Community Development Ambassador. 

Freshman Male Residence Hall

Male Residence Halls

Freshman Female Residence Hall

Female Residence Halls

Freshman Coed Residence Halls

Coed Residence Halls

Non-Traditional Housing

Students are encouraged and expected to take responsibility for themselves in their place of residence and to be responsible to the community in which they live. Active participation in residential activities aids residents in developing a sense of community spirit.

In order to live in campus housing, students must be enrolled in classes for the upcoming semester (12 hours for undergraduate students; graduate/quarter students should refer to their program requirements for full-time status). Any student falling below full-time status will be asked to leave Lindenwood housing. Failure to register for classes by the last day of the term will result in the loss of a housing assignment.

Rooms are assigned by the University to each resident student. The student’s assigned room is to be occupied as a residence by the student and for no other purpose. The University does not guarantee any student the assignment of a specific room in a specific residential building, nor does it guarantee the assignment of a specific roommate. Housing rosters are maintained as official records of the University. Assigned rooms are held for the students for 48 hours from the start of the first day of classes. Students must notify the Residential Life office at ResLife@lindenwood.edu of their late arrival. If no arrangement for late arrival has been made, the late student’s room is subject to reassignment.