The infrastructure of LCC International University provides not only a very good learning environment, but also allows students to live comfortably on campus and to enjoy community life. Our student residences, Neumann Hall (built 2007) and Enns Hall (built 2011), are both available for EILC students in summer. The dormitories are only a 2 min walk from the academic building.

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Neuman Hall

Neumann HallNeumann Hall is LCC’s 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. Neumann is split into two wings. There are 5 floors on each wing, with each containing a student “pod” specifically designed to optimize community development. Each pod is made up of 5 rooms where 20 residents live, and has a pod lounge with a kitchen and dining/living room where residents can cook meals and eat or relax. 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 West Wing houses 5 pods and a large lounge space on the 1st floor as well as the facility’s main laundry room. The East Wing is home to 5 more student pods as well as an open chapel on the 6th floor. The residence hall also has a computer lab, TV lounge, game room, art studio and study room in central common areas.

Enns Hall

Enns HallEnns Hall was opened in August 2011. 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 and two rooms with tables for group project work, as well as a laundry facility, a Residence Life Resource room, and the Resident Director’s apartment.

A place in a shared dormitory room for the duration of the course in the summer of 2018 is €125.00 including bedding and kitchen utensils.