Apartment Style Living

Apartment Style Living, or ASL, is the newest residential community on Lincoln University’s campus. Opened in 2005, A.S.L. brings living on campus into the new millennium. A.S.L. is a 406- bed co-ed upper-class residential community with study lounges and community lounges on each floor, and apartment style rooms. Each suite consists of 1, 2, 4, or 5 bedrooms. A common living room area is furnished with a love seat, dining table with 5 chairs, and an end table. A kitchenette area is complimented with a sink and cabinets. Suites with 4 or 5 individual rooms are accompanied with 2 bathrooms, while suites with 1 or 2 rooms, have one bathroom. Every suite also has central air conditioning units with controls in the common living room area. In order to live in ASL, you must be at least a sophomore, have a 2.50 cumulative grade point average, and no active judicial sanctions. Apartment Style Living was designed in two phases. Phase I opened in 2005 and Phase II opened in 2006. The air conditioned living units are organized in two four-story wings surrounding a central landscaped courtyard.