Pet Friendly Housing has been discontinued beginning the 2018-19 school year as of June 30, 2018. Those currently living in pet friendly housing can continue to do so until that time. After that point, pets will no longer be permitted to reside in campus housing. This does not apply to Service and Assistance animals registered through the Office of Accessible Education Services. Thank you for your understanding!
Graduate students currently living in Mars and Lee residence halls for the remainder of the 2017-18 year can find the pet policy, application for spring 2017-18 only, appeal form and complaint form below.
This policy provides an overview of the program until June 30, 2018 and includes the perimeters for the Pet's to reside on campus. Students interested in Pet-Friendly Housing should review the Pet Policy before submitting an application or appeal Request. All students regardless of Pet ownership who plan to live in Pet-Friendly Housing in either Lee or Mars residence halls will need to have a completed Pet-Friendly Housing Agreement on file with the Office of Housing and Residence Life.
Pet Registration is a 2 (two) part process where all Pets must be approved and registered prior to residing on campus. The first step is to complete this application form and submit supporting documentation.
Supporting documentation for a Pet includes this Vet Clearance Form, please have your home veterinarian complete the form to submit alongside your application
Pet owners who are interested in Pet-Friendly Housing, but your Pet does not meet one or more of the perimeters outlined in the Pet Policy, please complete and this form and submit supporting documentation.
Supporting documentation for a Pet includes this Vet Clearance Form, please have your home veterinarian complete the form to submit alongside your application.
Any member of the Lincoln Memorial University community may file a confidential complaint with The Pet Life Committee regarding any Pet. Each complaint will be handled on an individual basis. The severity of the offense and the discretion of The Pet Life Committee will determine actions taken.