Considering moving to the Village Apartments? Getting married? Don't know what form you actually need to fill out...? Here are the forms you need, all in one place! Each form can either be completed online or printed for submission to the Office of Residence Life in Student Affairs. If you have any questions about what forms to fill out or anything else related to living on-campus, drop us a line and we can help you out!
One element of our educational philosophy at LeTourneau is that students learn better when they live together on campus. This residential model shapes the way that we operate the office of Residence Life from our policies, to programs, to the design of our ResHalls. One outcome of this philosophy is our requirement for our traditional students to live on-campus. So what that means for you is that you should plan on living on campus until you meet one of the exceptions listed in the off-campus section at the bottom of this page.
2013-2014 housing forms are now available!!
This category will fit the vast majority of students filling out a housing form. So if you think this is you...you're probably right. Some students will have more than one application to fill out, so please keep reading.
New Student Housing Application
Check out the off-campus section at the bottom of this page...
Then we have the place for you. We provide an optional living area for international students. This living area will provide additional support and programming not offered in the other living areas that specifically targets the needs of students adjusting to life in the United States. If you are interested in this option, please fill out both the New Student Housing Application and the Intersection Housing Application.
We have a living area reserved for our new, older students in the traditional program. This option is an all-private-room building for those who are not seeking the traditional Residence Hall floor atmosphere. Please list the location as Durham House (for men) or Carpenter House (for women) seeking this option. If this is you, please fill out the Private Room Request, AND the New Student Housing Application.
We offer several on-campus apartments for families. These apartments operate on a monthly rent structure. The apartments are available for our full-time graduate and undergraduate students.
Married Student & Family Housing Application
Just to make sure you know... Graduate students are not required to live on-campus. If you are interested in this option, beginning for Fall 2011, we have a living area reserved just for our older-traditional and our graduate students. Graduate Student Housing Application.
If you don't want to live on-campus, you don't need to fill out anything on this page! Hooray!
We have limited space for students seeking to live on campus over the summer. First preference is given to students enrolled in summer courses, but we usually have space for others as well.
Summer 2013 Housing Application
The on-campus apartments provide a living option for our upper-division students that gives more freedom and flexibility. To qualify, you must have a 2.5 GPA and at least 60 hours completed (Junior status).
Village Apartment Application 2013-2014
This option is designed for our returning upper-division students. If you are seeking a private room for medical reasons, we may also ask that you fill out this form.
Private Room Request
You'll need the off-campus petition. As part of our educational philosophy, all traditional undergraduate students are required to live on-campus. We do, however, provide for a few exemptions from living on campus:
- You are married,
- You will be residing with parent(s) or legal guardian within a commuting distance to campus,
- You have already received a four-year degree from a college or university, or have attended LETU for at least four years,
- You have served a least 2 years of continuous active military duty,
- You are enrolled as a part-time student with six or fewer academic hours,
- You will be 22 years of age or older by the first day of class.
- You have completed at least 90 credit hours while maintaining at least a 3.0 GPA with no academic, chapel, or disciplinary probation during the previous 3 semesters.
If the above situations do not apply to you, plan on living on campus until you meet at least one of the criteria.
Petition to live Off-Campus
As outlined in the Student Handbook, as a commuting student, you must keep the Student Affairs Office updated with your local contact information by the end of the first week of classes each semester. Please use this form to do so.