For the inevitable questions that arise concerning student housing, the following has been prepared for your convenience. Each link below leads to a section with information that you may find helpful. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Office of Residential Life and Housing at 423-614-6000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Does the university have a curfew policy?
Curfew is checked for all freshmen (29 hours or fewer) nightly by a Resident Assistant. Students 20 years of age or older do not have curfew.
Freshmen curfew hours are as follows:
Sunday-Thursday 12:00 Midnight
Friday and Saturday 1:00 a.m.
When will I find out about my residence hall assignment?
How are roommate assignments made?
What if I don’t get assigned to one of the residence halls I preferred?
What if I need special accommodations?
May I have my own room?
What furniture is provided in my room?
What size are the beds in the residence halls?
Can I raise my bed for extra storage space?
How many people share a bathroom?
Are there facilities for washing and drying my clothes?
What about extension cords or multi-plugs?
Are pets allowed?
Is purchasing a meal plan mandatory?
What if I need something repaired in my room?
What about bringing my own refrigerator or microwave?
What is the alcohol and smoking policy?
May I bring a car to campus?
How will I receive U.S. mail while I live on campus?
What are the visitation policies? May I have visitors in my residence hall room?
Students of the opposite sex are allowed in the main lobbies of the dormitories until curfew. Members of the opposite sex will not be permitted beyond the lobby of any dorm or in the bedroom of any apartment unless given permission from the Resident Director. This policy applies during all breaks as well.
Brinsfield Row, Livingston East, Livingston, Keeble, Storms and B.L. Hicks- Male/Female visitors will be allowed to visit in the apartment living room on the following days and times only:
Monday-Thursday 3:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.
Friday 12:00 noon-1:00 a.m.
Saturday 12:00 noon-1:00 a.m.
Sunday 12:00 noon-9:00 p.m.
Do residence halls stay open when Lee University is closed?
May I bring a bicycle to campus?
Will the University pay for any property loss resulting from theft or maintenance issues in the residence hall rooms?
What to bring
What You’ll Find in Your Room
What to leave behind
Is there wireless access in the residence halls?
Is phone service provided by the University?
Is cable television available in the residence halls?
Bed lofts provide a convenient way to maximize the space in your room, lifting your bed off the floor to create useable space for other furniture and accessories. Most bed lofts are generally tall enough to comfortably accommodate an average adult seated underneath in a desk chair.
The University rents high quality factory-made wooden single lofts that are designed specifically for the bed (XL twin size) in your hall. Bed lofts are rented for the entire 2014-2015 school year for $150, no exceptions. There are a limited number of bed lofts available; therefore, bed lofts will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis,
The Bed Loft Request form is available here. Please note it is an online only form. The form will be available for students to request a bed loft for the 2014-2015 school year beginning on July 1, 2014 and ending on August 1, 2014, or until all bed lofts have been allocated. Due to the limited number of available bed lofts, the University cannot guarantee every student a bed loft
After you have received email confirmation from the
Office of Residential Life and Housing that your request has been received,
full payment must be made by August 1, 2014, or your bed loft request will be
terminated and given to a student on the bed loft waitlist. Cash, check, or
money orders are accepted.Checks, or money orders are accepted. Checks or money orders should be made out to Lee University and mailed to the Office of Residential Life & Housing, P.O. Box 3450, Cleveland, TN 37320-3450. Please do not mail cash.
In order to comply with improved safety standards, the University cannot permit residents to construct their own bed lofts for use in the residence halls. The only bed lofts permitted in the residence halls are those provided by the University through the bed loft reservation process.
How do I reserve my bed loft?
Can I request a bed loft if I have not been accepted to the University yet?
Can I request a bed loft if I have not paid my $200 housing deposit yet?
I am a new student to Lee University, but I have not received my housing assignment. Can I still request a bed loft?
What will my bed loft cost?
When do I pay for my bed loft and how?
I am a returning student who would like to use the bed loft that I purchased/built last year. Can I still use it this year?
What if I submit my online Bed Loft Request form, but I don’t send in the required $150 payment?
I submitted my Bed Loft Request form and never received an email confirming that my payment was received.
When will my bed loft be in my room?
Will bed lofts fit in every residence hall?
About how tall is the bed loft?
I paid $150 to reserve a bed loft, but I will no longer be attending Lee/living on campus in the fall. Can I get a refund?
What if I am not satisfied with my bed loft after I arrive on campus?
I asked to be placed on a waitlist for a different residence hall and was reassigned! Is my bed loft request still valid?
If I am permitted to move rooms/residence halls mid-year, can my bed loft move with me?
What if I want to rent a bed loft for only one semester?
What if I want to request a loft, but there are no more bed lofts available for rent?
I submitted my Bed Loft Waitlist Request form, but never received a confirmation email.
How do I remove myself from the Bed Loft Waitlist?
What do I do with my bed loft at the end of the year?
I didn't live on campus in the fall but will be on campus in the spring. Can I only rent a bed loft for the spring semester?
I accidentally damaged my bed loft. How will this be handled?
Who should I contact about questions I have about my bed loft or the bed loft policy?
The University maintains a Campus Safety staff to provide protection for students, staff, and property. Safety officers perform a variety of duties including regulating traffic and parking, filing vehicle accident reports, securing all buildings, maintaining order, providing assistance in times of emergency, and contacting local law enforcement authorities when needed. Students can also be escorted from parking lots to the residence halls by calling Security ten minutes before escort services are needed. Residence halls are secured 24/7. Each resident is assigned a student ID card that must be scanned in order to have access into his or her residence hall.
Fire Safety Overview
University Fire Safety Practices
The following information is distributed to students each year and published in the Lee University Student Handbook, which is the student guide to University rules and regulations. To protect the safety and welfare of students, the following items are prohibited in all residence halls. The items listed are specifically related to fire safety and are not inclusive of all items prohibited in residence halls.
Cooking in Rooms
Fire Safety Equipment
If a student suspects a fire, or if the alarm sounds:
1120 N Ocoee Street
Cleveland, TN 37320-3450