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Graduate Housing Information

Graduating Housing Information

Lincoln Memorial University is proud to offer a variety of housing for graduate students. We are able to provide both on and off campus apartments with 1-3 bedroom options. There is something to meet the needs of each member of our graduate student community. Below you will find more information on the graduate housing application, costs, and renter's insurance.

  •   Graduate Housing Application

    A student must be accepted for admission prior to applying for housing. A $500 housing deposit is due at the time of application. This will be refunded at the end of residence on campus, providing that no damages to University property are attributed to the student, proper notice canceling the room reservation is given, and the student has no outstanding University bills. If damages to University property exceed the $500 deposit, the student will be billed for the additional cost of repairs. NOTE: The $500 refund must be requested in writing to Evelyn Farmer after vacating the room and returning all keys.

    Graduate Housing Application
  •   Graduate Housing Costs
    Residence Hall Location Room Type Price Per Year Length of Lease
    Langley & Shelton On-Campus Single- Three Bedroom Apartment $8,200 10 Months (August-May)
    Mars & Lee Off-Campus Single- Three Bedroom Apartment $6,700 12 Months
    University Apartments Off-Campus Single- Studio $7,750 12 Months
    Off-Campus Single- 1 Bedroom $9,900 12 Months
    Dawson Hall (Married Housing) On-Campus 1 Bedroom $12,300 12 Months
  •   Renter's Insurance

    Lincoln Memorial University does not accept responsibility for damage or loss of personal property due to theft, fire or vandalism. Students are encouraged to purchase renter's insurance (a student's property may be covered under his/her parents' or guardians' homeowner's policy). All students are encouraged by Campus Police and Safety to properly secure their property while on campus.

    Lincoln Memorial University strongly recommends that residential students procure adequate insurance coverage ("Renter's Insurance"). The university does not endorse a specific renter's insurance company or policy. However, one example of the many options available for purchase is NSSI's College Plus - Personal Property Insurance.