Lincoln College offers a variety of options for on-campus student housing for our students. Our mission is to build strong communities through individual support and respect within our student body and throughout Lincoln College. We foster unity and understanding amongst our student body and are focused on creating and supporting environments of education and growth where all are treated with dignity and respect.
Traditional-Style Residence Halls
Our traditional-style residence halls offer students the best on-campus living accommodations for socializing and interacting with their peers in a setting designed to enhance the living and learning environment.
The building layout for traditional halls features air-conditioned double rooms with community bathrooms on every floor. Each room contains telephone and internet connections and a cable TV outlet. Lounges with television access, centrally located microwaves and toaster, vending machines, and laundry facilities are available in all traditional-style residence halls.
Suite-Style Residence Halls
Our suite-style residence halls house mainly sophomores; however, freshman assignments are made on a space-available basis. Shared by two students, a suite offers two rooms (one student per room) with a shared bathroom in between. Each room contains telephone and internet connections and a cable TV outlet. Centrally located microwaves and toasters, vending machines, and laundry facilities are available in all suite-style residence halls. There is also a lounge with television access in the female suite-style residence halls.
A new apartment suite option for students at Lincoln College. The newly renovated Lynx Village offers suite-style living for Lincoln College, with first preference given to upperclassmen.
The renovated units can accommodate up to 39 students in 2 buildings with 10 total units, in either a four-plex or a six-plex configuration. Each student has a private bedroom, averaging 11’ x 11’. All units have a common living room area for the students, as well as shared bathroom space. The four-plex units have had carports converted to outdoor space and the six-plex units have access to rear courtyard space for students to use for socializing. There are no kitchen facilities, as students will continue to have access to the college’s dining hall for meals. The property also includes a laundry facility.