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With two-thirds of full-time students living on campus, WLC is always buzzing with activity! Our residence halls are set up as suites and have common lounges on each floor for watching television or studying. Most freshmen and sophomores live on campus in one of our spacious residence halls featuring four to five students to a suite. Upperclassmen love our apartment-style res hall that opened in 2014. While living on your own may be a new experience, things like free laundry and late-night dining make it an easy and fun transition.
WLC's residence halls feature “house” units clustered around common living areas. Each room is occupied by two or three students; two rooms form a suite with one bathroom to serve the four or five students. There are two types of suites: regular suites and corner suites. Housing costs include choice of meal plan.
HOUSING COSTS AND MEAL PLANS
SUGGESTED PACKING LIST
Two-Person Standard Room: adjoining bathroom with two sinks, and stalls with toilet and shower; walk-in closet
Three-Person Standard Room: discounted rate compared to two person-standard; adjoining bathroom with two sinks, and stalls with toilet and shower; walk-in closet
Two-Person Corner Room: private hallway separating rooms provides a quiet atmosphere; private entrance to your side of the suite; Accessible (ADA) bathroom with separate entrance; less square footage than the standard rooms; no walk-in closet
General amenities in Fischer and Stimac Halls include:
Most transfer students are eligible to live in college apartments - including Aspire Hall, which opened in 2014 - or houses that are within a 10-minute walk of campus. The number of occupants ranges from two to six residents per unit. Apartments and houses come with furniture and full-size appliances. Housing costs include choice of meal plan.
The Office of Residence Life makes every effort to accommodate housing preferences, however, requests are not guaranteed and assignments are subject to change.
Each spacious room in Fischer Hall and Stimac Hall is carpeted and comes equipped with:
Furniture is designed to be stacked and moved into customizable arrangements.
Students are responsible for supplying their own toilet paper, hand soap, and other toiletries.
Wisconsin Lutheran College offers housing for traditional undergraduate students through their fourth year after high school or through 22 years of age (as available). Fifth- and sixth-year students need special permission from the Director of Residence Life to live on campus. As a residential college, WLC requires students to live in college housing through their third year after high school unless they are living with their parents (father, mother, or stepparent) or an immediate family member (grandparent, or a sibling who is 22 years of age or older) within 50 miles of campus.
Students may apply to become a commuter through the Office of Student Life. The Student Life Committee will be responsible for the decision to approve the Change of Status. The decision of the Committee will be final and binding. Students who do not comply with the residency requirements will be charged for housing for all semesters in violation of the policy.
Students living in College housing (residence halls, apartments, houses) are held accountable for the Code of Conduct, all WLC residence hall procedures, and policies stated in the Student Handbook, and added to it in the future.
Students typically move in to the residence halls, apartments, and houses the weekend before classes begin, unless they are returning to campus early for athletics or an on-campus job.
But first, all new resident students enter into a contractual agreement with Wisconsin Lutheran College through the Enrollment Confirmation and Housing/Commuter Contract. You should become familiar with the obligations of that contract. WLC makes every effort to house students with roommates of similar interests and lifestyle. After final assignments have been made, every effort is made to work out differences by supporting and encouraging individual growth and working collaboratively to resolve conflict.