Residential Life

For many students, living on campus is an exciting opportunity to experience independence, while developing a close-knit network of friends and residence hall-mates. In each of our beautiful residence halls, our resident directors, resident assistants, and resident chaplains are ready to make your on-campus living experience comfortable and fun.

If you have not yet applied for admission, please submit an application for admission, then submit an application for housing.

Living On Campus: Dates You Need To Know

Friday, August 13 Residence Hall Move-in for New/Transfer Students
August 13, Friday New Student Orientation
August 14, Saturday Residence Halls open for returning students

 

Spring 2021/Summer 2021

TBD Spring Break
TBD Easter Break
April 9-10, Friday-Saturday Lee Day Weekend
April 27, Tuesday Midnight Breakfast
April 29-May 4, Friday-Tuesday Final Exams
May 5, Wednesday Residence Halls Close, 5:00pm
May 7-8, Friday-Saturday Spring Graduation Services
May 10, Monday Summer Session I Residence Hall Check-In
May 11, Tuesday Summer Session I Classes Begin
June 4, Friday Summer Session I Residence Hall Check-Out
June 5, Saturday Summer Session II Residence Hall Check-In
June 7, Monday Summer Session II Classes Begin
July 1, Thursday Summer Session II Residence Hall Check-Out
July 1, Thursday Summer Session III Residence Hall Check-In
July 5, Monday Summer Session III Classes Begin
July 29, Thursday Summer Session III Residence Hall Check-Out
July 30-31, Friday-Saturday Summer Graduation Services
  1. Click on the "Apply for Housing" button
  2. Sign in using the username and password you set previously when you signed up and submitted your application for admission
  3. If you forgot your password, follow the "Forgot Password" prompts. If you cannot log in please contact helpdesk@leeuniversity.edu or (423) 614-8027
  4. Click on your current housing application or start a new one and navigate to the final page to pay the application fee

Where Will I live?

Lee University offers residence halls for male, female, married, and non-traditional students. When making housing and room assignments, students' preferences are given every possible consideration.
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