With the exception of Hattie B’s, Cavanaugh, the library, and H. O. West, the individual buildings on LC’s campus are beautifully built. The campus as a whole, however, suffers aesthetically because the landscaping is very poor. The bushes are wild and randomly placed, the few flower beds are empty or poorly cared for, and the grassy spaces are either shaggy with weeds or full of dirt patches. Inside, the classrooms and administration buildings are kept clean and orderly. The administration tries to update classroom equipment and décor as frequently as possible. Plans are being considered for a medical school, a law school, a new library, and a new cafeteria, but so far, these facilities only exist on paper. The cafeteria is probably the worst building on campus. The staff does a good job of keeping the dining area clean, but the areas around the buffet lines, drink dispensers, and the conveyor belt for dirty dishes are always messy.
LC’s student athletic facilities are of very high quality considering the size of the school. The new football and soccer stadium has top of the line artificial turf, and the basketball practice gym, which is open to students, just had a new floor put in. Plus, the Health Plex recently updated all their cardio equipment. The dorms are also clean, for the most part. English Village has a roach and cricket problem every once in a while, and Tudor and Church Hall have a distinct odor, but maintenance does a good job of cleaning the bathrooms and hallways. Your room is your own responsibility. Many students think that the dorms could use some work, but in comparison with other schools in the state, the dorms are actually a little above average when it comes to size and amenities.