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Fall 2022 Housing


February 18Fall Housing Application opens
March 4Fall Housing application deadline
You must fill out a housing application regardless of whether you currently have a spot in housing
March 18Summer Housing Priority deadline
March 30Deposit Payment Deadline
If you fail to pay housing deposit by this deadline, you will be removed from the housing roster and placed on a waitlist
April 2Roommate Group Deadline
April 7-8Room Selection Period

Move-In Information , Fees, and Refunds

Fall 2022 Move-in and Early Arrival

August 24Residence Halls open to new students
August 25Residence Halls open for all SA and exchange students
August 27Residence Halls open for all returning students
September 1Checkin Deadline
If you plan to arrive on or after August 22nd, but before your scheduled move-in date, you must submit the “Early Arrival Intent” form on Erez. To receive approval, you must submit the form at least 5 business days prior to your arrival. Arrival without advance notice may result in 15 EUR fee or housing being denied.

Check-In after 17:00 September 1, 2022

All students must check-in by Thursday, September 1, 2022; otherwise, they will be removed from the housing roster and their space offered to a student on the waitlist.

2022-2023 Fees and Refund Policy

Billing Room TypePrice/Semester
4-person room500 Euro
5-person room450 EUR
6-person room400 EUR
Arrival without Advance Notification15 EUR/Arrival
Refund DeadlineAmount Refunded
August 29 – September 2100%
September 3- September 1650%
September 17 – September 3025%
After September 300%

*Housing refund is based upon the day the student moves out of the halls or completes the withdrawal process

  • Refunds: Students who leave early are eligible for a refund according to the Refund Schedule above. 

Summer Housing Information

Applications are now open for Summer 2022 Housing.

March 4Summer Housing Application (May) Opens
March 18Priority Deadline for Summer Housing (May)
May 2 – May 6Late Check-Out Period
May 6 – June 3May Housing
June 3 – July 1June Housing
July 1 – July 29July Housing
July 29 – August 22August Housing

**If you plan to arrive on or after August 22nd, but before your scheduled move-in date, you must submit the “Early Arrival Intent” form on Erez. To receive approval, you must submit the form at least 5 business days prior to your arrival. Arrival without advance notice may result in 15 EUR fee or housing being denied.


  • For payment information, visit Student Financial Services.
  • Monthly housing fees will be charged to your SFS account
  • Daily fees will be charged via pay slip (to be paid in advance)
May – July Monthly FeesAugust Monthly Fees
2 Person room 125 EUR2 Person room 135 EUR
4 Person room 115 EUR4 Person room 125 EUR
5 Person room 100 EUR5 Person room 110 EUR
6 Person room 90 EUR6 Person room 100 EUR
*Daily rate = 5 EUR
*Daily rate may be applied up to 25 nights per month.
*If you opt for a daily rate, your stay may not be extended beyond your indicated move-out date

Academic Year 2022-2023

General Information

Priorities and Point System

Due to limited space, the Residence Life team establishes priorities and points for on-campus housing. Priorities are as follows:

  • Be Enrolled full-time (24 and more credits)
  • Not above 27 years of age
  • Enter university in the last four years
  • Be from an area outside of Klaipeda City
  • Not be an Erasmus student in the Fall
4Student Classified as a Freshman
3Student Classified as a Sophomore
2Student Classified as a Junior
1Student Classified as a Senior
1Point given to each country represented in the room
3Student Selected for Leadership Development Program 2022-2023

University Housing Options


Enns Hall

  • 140 Students
  • 4 floors of 35 residents
  • 4 person, 5 person, 6 person rooms
  • One 2-person handicap-accessible room
  • shared common entryway, a private WC and shower, a food storage area and refrigerator.
  • The bedroom areas are furnished with bunk beds, desks, chairs and shelves for each student.

Neumann Hall

  • 258 beds
  • 5-6 people rooms
  • 6 stories
  • 10 residential wings with shared kitchen on each wing
  • Features study rooms, computer lab, bike storage, large lobby area
  • Laundry on first floor

Karklu Hall

  • Location Karklu is 30 minutes away by foot, 15 minutes by bike or bus (#9) and 7 minutes away by vehicle (although parking in the area is for a fee and very limited).
  • Floor Each floor offers 6 rooms sharing a kitchen and lounge. Complimentary room cleaning is provided weekly and kitchen cleaning is provided daily. Access to each floor would be limited to LCC students only.
  • Furniture Each student is provided with a bed, chair, desk and closet. Unlike Neumann and Enns, none of the beds are bunks and all of the furniture except the closet is movable so room configuration can be customized to student preference.
  • Assignments Similar to on-campus housing, all rooms are single-gender, all floors are mixed gender and the Housing Coordinator manages all assignments.
  • Building Students from 3-5 local universities and colleges typically occupy the 12-floor building and share the laundry facilities in the basement. Similar to Neumann and Enns, washers and dryers do not have a fee for usage and wifi is provided by Klaipeda University. Demand will determine how many floors LCC will occupy in the building.
  • Room Each room includes a private bathroom and two bedrooms with doors. These are 5-people rooms. The smaller bedroom accommodates two students while the larger bedroom accommodates three students. Each bedroom includes its own refrigerator/freezer (unlike Neumann and Enns which has one shared for both bedrooms).
  • Staffing The facilities staff and 24/7 reception staff speak Lithuanian and Russian. Similar to Neumann and Enns, LCC would provide additional support staff such as a Resident Assistant for each floor and a Discipleship Assistant for the community.
  • Fees Similar to on-campus housing, Student Financial Services will charge student accounts. A space in Karklu will cost 400 EUR per semester to account for differences in accommodations


  • You may put items in storage in the last two weeks of a semester during storage hours (20:15-21:15 or during checkout with your RA
  • Items can be removed from storage the first two weeks of the semester during storage hours (20:15-21:15).


  • Placement:
    • Room Selection – applicants who participated the Fall sign up process in Spring 2022 were able to choose a space and roommates.
    • Waitlist – location is subject to availability for students offered a space via this process.
    • Transfer Request – residents with a confirmed space may request a transfer up until the end of add/drop week via the appropriate form in eRezLife, however, granting of requests increases the earlier it is submitted.  Requests after add/drop week are typically not granted due to the difference in billing, additional preparation required and disruption to affected residents.
  • Roommates:
    • Applicants who applied and paid the deposit by the deadline were able to create roommate groupings by using the “Roommate Group” and “Roommate Search” menus (only visible if desired roommate has a completed application).
    • All other applicants’ roommates are subject to availability.
    • Most rooms for returning students has a reserved bed for a Center for International Education student (Study Abroad, Erasmus or International Exchange).


  • Students that are on a housing wait-listwill be contacted by the Housing Coordinator as bed-spaces open up.
  • Wait-list students do not need to pay a housing deposit and/or housing fee until offered a space. If the bed becomes available, the Housing Coordinator will communicate with the students on the wait-list individually through their LCC email. The Housing Coordinator removes all students from the list who are no longer interested or do not respond by the indicated deadline.
  • Opting out of housing after the housing application was submitted and deposit/housing fee was charged will result in the 60 EUR charge on the account.
  • The wait-list takes into account the Priority Criteria first and later spaces are offered on a first-come-first-served basis.
  • Housing cannot be guaranteed to wait-list students. Therefore, all students on the wait-list are encouraged to secure accommodations either prior to leaving campus in the spring or prior to classes in the fall by returning to campus early.

Non-University Housing Resources


As we approach and plan for the fall semester, we must account for the following external factors:

  • Travel restrictions and border closing(s) that changes frequently
  • Social distancing laws and government-mandated health regulations 
  • Requirements for students arriving from outside of Lithuania 


To accommodate an easy move-in and ensure the health and safety of our residents:

  • Residence Hall rooms will resume regular occupancy of 4-6 students per room.
  • On-campus housing is currently reserved only for students registered as on-site. If space permits – spaces can be offered to offsite students in Klaipeda. 

The most updated information on COVID19, arrival procedures, affected countries is available at Questions

  • All non-isolation questions should be directed to Housing Coordinator at

Arrival from Abroad

A non-isolation space requires a separate application and has a separate section above.  

We are no longer offering travel isolation in on campus facilities. For more information on arrivals and self-isolation, select “Latest arrival information” below.


  • All self-isolation questions should be directed to Assistant Resident Director Alina Kovyrialova at 
  • Housing and assignments questions can be referred to

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