Housing Information

There are three resident halls and three apartment complexes on the LBC campus. All single, undergraduate students are expected to live on campus. Presently, 59% of all students live in an LBC-sponsored housing unit.

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Peterson Hall

Lancaster Bible College Peterson Residence Hall entrance

Male and female residents on separate floors.

Basement

  • Laundry
  • Student computers (4)
  • Rec room - pool tables
  • Vending machines
  • PH fitness center

First Floor (Main Floor) - entrance - male housing

  • 13 suites
  • 94 beds
  • Lounge / common area in center core
  • Resident director apartment

Second Floor - female housing

  • 14 suites
  • 100 beds
  • Lounge / common area in center core
  • RA office / SGA office
 

Brubaker Hall

LBC Brubaker Residence Hall

All male residents.

First Floor

  • Seven rooms; 16 beds
  • Common area lounge

Second Floor

  • Eight rooms; 18 beds
 

Clemens Hall

LBC Clemens Residence Hall

All female residents.

First Floor

  • Seven rooms; 16 beds
  • Common area lounge

Second Floor

  • Eight rooms; 18 beds
 

Weber Hall

Lancaster Bible College West Apartments exterior

Male and female residents on separate floors.

Lower Level - male housing

  • 4 sections
  • 56 beds
  • 2 lounges/common areas
  • laundry
  • storage
  • RA office

Upper Level - female housing

  • 4 sections
  • 56 beds
  • 2 lounges/common areas
  • 2 large lounges in knuckles
 
 

Weber Hall Apartments

LBC East Apartments

Male and female residents in separate apartments.

Male and female residents in four apartments

  • Two male apartments; 4 rooms; 12 beds
  • Two female apartments; 4 rooms; 12 beds
  • Apartment size washer/dryer

Four additional apartments for:

  • Resident director housing (3 apartments)
  • Guest/Graduate student apartment
 

Housing Policy

Single, undergraduate students carrying twelve (12) or more credit hours and not living with parents or relatives are expected to reside in the on-campus resident halls. When the resident halls are overcrowded, exceptions to this policy will be made for fourth or fifth year seniors or students 24 years of age or older. Requests for exceptions to the residency requirement are to be submitted in writing to the associate vice president for student services. Any changes in room and board may involve a fee.

Students over the age of 25 may not live in the resident halls unless permission is given by the associate vice president for student services. Available off-campus housing is posted on the student portal, as well as in a notebook in the student services office.

If you withdraw, you will be charged for room and board according to the policy for withdrawals. Since board charges are based on the anticipation of students having some meals off campus, no refunds are permitted for partial or selected absences from the Olewine Dining Commons.

Only enrolled students and staff members may live in the resident halls. Permission must be secured from the associate vice president for student services before anyone with less than twelve (12) semester hours will be permitted to reside on campus.