LMU requires all full-time students under the age of 21, regardless of class ranking, to live on campus unless the student is living with a parent or guardian within a 65-mile radius of campus or is married and lives with a spouse. An application for housing or housing waiver must be completed by all applicants for admission.
This link will send you directly to our online Housing Application. Should you choose to complete your Housing Application this way, the final step will be to pay the necessary $200 Housing Deposit before your application can be submitted.
You also have the option to submit a paper copy of the Housing Application. This form can be submitted one of three ways: via email to Jessica.Gulley@LMUnet.edu, fax to 423-869-7698, or mail to Lincoln Memorial University, 6965 Cumberland Gap Pkwy, Harrogate, TN 37752, Attn: Residence Life.
Should you choose to submit your application this way, you will still need to pay your deposit before your application is considered submitted. The deposit may be paid by calling the cashier’s office at (423) 869-6202 or (423) 869-6315 or, if you are mailing your application, you can send a check or money order, made out to the LMU Office of Residence Life, with your application to the Office of Residence Life.
If you meet at least one of the following requirements: are over the age of 21, living with a parent or guardian within a 65-mile radius of campus, or are married and living with a spouse and are not planning to live on campus, you will need to complete an Application for Housing Waiver. You have the option of completing this waiver online through this link:
Or you have the option to submit a paper copy of the Application for Housing Waiver. This form can be submitted one of three ways: via email to Jessica.Gulley@LMUnet.edu, fax to 423-869-7698, or mail to Lincoln Memorial University, 6965 Cumberland Gap Pkwy, Harrogate, TN 37752, Attn: Residence Life.
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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, below is a link to a brochure from NSSI for their College Plus - Personal Property Insurance as an example of one of the many options available for purchase.