In August of 1999, LCC occupied its new campus property on Kretingos street in Klaipėda. In addition to the current facilities, a campus master plan calls for future construction of dormitories and additional academic space around the small lake.
Balčiūnai Library serves as the learning and research center by providing a welcoming study place and a variety of resources, including research library with 22,000 English volumes, 15,000 volumes textbook collection, a number of periodicals, multimedia materials and access to internet based scholar resources. Integrated library system allows for easy searching of the holdings.
The computer lab consists of 2 classrooms of 40 computer terminals with access to Microsoft Office Professional 2007 and the internet.
Neufeld Auditorium is a 230-seat auditorium used for classes, large meetings and concerts. The hall is fitted with cinema-style seating and is equipped with a computer, multimedia equipment and wide screen.
Built in 2007, Neumann Hall is LCC’s newest campus addition and is home to 196 residents. Located in the center of the LCC International University campus, living in Neumann provides you with a 2-minute walk to classrooms, faculty offices, the gymnasium and fitness center and the cafeteria. Student rooms in Neumann Hall are shared by 4 residents who each have their own bed, desk & closet and share a common entry area and bathroom. The residence hall also has a computer lab, TV lounge, game room, art studio and study room in central common areas, and a beautiful Chapel on the 6th floor.
Enns Hall opened in August 2011 for its inaugural year. This student residence hall is home to 140 students and has 8 apartments on the first floor for faculty and staff living. The four floors of student living spaces also include a student study room featuring personal study carrels, as well as two rooms with table for group project work, a laundry facility, a Residence Life Resource room, and the Resident Director’s apartment.
LCC’s Michealsen Centras is a multi-purpose building constructed for the benefit of the LCC community and Klaipėda residents. The 2230 m2 center can host over 1000 people for sports events and more than 1600 for auditorium events. The sports hall is also accompanied by a fitness center. The hall converts easily to an auditorium for public events and community gatherings. A portable stage, sound system and lighting equipment make the Michealsen centras an excellent auditorium for hosting theatrical, vocal and musical performances. The large foyer outside of the hall is suitable for banquets, receptions and conferences.