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Important Information

UPDATED: July  19, 2021

Lithuania is in the state of emergency from July 1, 2021

Refer to the national KORONATOP website for the most recent information:  

on campus
  • All course content is delivered online.  Indoors: 2 families and/or two households or max 10 people. Outdoors: no restrictions. 
  • The Cafeteria provides food for takeaway.
  • Not more than 7 people are permitted in the Reception area and only 1 person at a time at the Reception Desk. All students will need to log in at the Front desk. Receptionists are responsible for classroom and common spaces usage monitoring and making sure all rules are followed. 
  • Computer lab capacity is 2. IT staff monitors computer lab usage.  Register online before the visit:
  • The library, including reading rooms, is open. Maximum capacity 22 people. Safety and hygiene requirements must be ensured.
  • Smoking hut. No more than 5 persons at a time, 2 meters distance must be observed. 

Residence Halls

  • Visiting Residence Halls. No external visitors (anyone who is not a current resident of residence hall; staff are exempt for staff-related purposes).
  • Current residents may visit other rooms and floors, yet it is still not recommended as a precautionary. 
  • Masks are recommended when outside of the room, in the kitchen, or on another floor, but not mandatory. Masks are required when exiting the floor, i.e. in the staircase, lobby, elevator, laundry room, or any other common space that involves mixing with individuals from outside of the LCC community, such as external guests or SLI residents.
  • Kitchen/lounge usage: No limits for the capacity. Only members of the LCC community (i.e. NE2, 3, 4 floors). 
  • Common rooms: Rooms are still being reserved through reception. No max capacity, but the residents in the room must be of the ResHall community. •
  • Lobbies: The lobbies are common spaces adhering to the existing policies with reception staff being responsible for providing access and monitoring. Max capacity of 75 people, masks required, no drinks or food allowed. 
  • Gatherings: no restriction on gathering within the members of the community, i.e. gatherings are not limited by households. 
  • Events: limit to members of ResHall community (no mixing with external guests). All hall events with food and drinks shall be held only outside. 
  • Opportunity passport does not apply in the residence halls; it is only for events and commercial entities. 
  • Avoid sharing office space; staggered schedules are preferred.  
  • When in the office with another person, masks must be worn, common surfaces disinfected, a distance of 2 m kept.  Please note, that these requirements apply even If you had a COVID infection unless you have the doctor’s official document not to wear PPE.  
  • Avoid hanging out in common spaces and limit your presence to the office only.  Usage of SF lounge is limited to 3 people and time under 15 minutes. 
  • When on campus, please follow the rules: 
    • Masks must be worn. 
    • Distance of 2 m must be kept
    • Windows must be open to ensure ventilation
    • Surfaces must be disinfected 

COVID Case Response

PART A: COVID Symptoms

Testing required if you have ONE of the symptoms (even if it feels like a minor cold): 37.4+C fever, cough, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell.

  • Isolate yourself in a separate room. If on campus, Call RDonDuty y 370 643 45 644 to be isolated. 
  • Call 1808 to register for a test. 
  • Fill out Form.
  • Call BOLT to get to the testing site. 
  • If on-campus, call RDonDuty to confirm the result (negative/positive).  
  • If positive see part C. If negative – contact RDonDuty to arrange to leave self-isolation.  

PART B: Direct Exposure to Positive Case

  • Isolation is required for 14 days from the last contact with a person who tests positive for COVID.   If on-campus, call RDonDuty y 370 643 45 644 to be isolated.   
  • Fill out 
  • Monitor health, if symptoms appear, see Part A.
  • No testing required unless symptoms develop. If no symptoms develop, self-isolation ends after 14 days. 
  • You may shorten your self-isolation to 10 days if a PCR test is performed no earlier than 7 days after the last contact. Registration by phone 1808 or online Fill out the request to shorten self-isolation after a negative result is received.

PART C: Confirmed COVID Positive Case

  • Call RDonDuty 370 643 45 644 to be isolated (in case you were not isolating before the test) 
  • Fill out  (if you did not fill it out previously)  
  • Isolation is required until cleared by a doctor (minimally 10 days from onset of symptoms OR test date of a positive result).  
  • Call the family doctor or visit the Guide for more information on clinics that can e confirm your recovery.   Request medical record of recovery.   
  • Provide the doctor's record to RDonDuty in order to end self-isolation.  

SELF ISOLATION EXCEPTIONS (only for contact w/ positive)

You may request not to self-isolate after exposure to a positive case if you have had:

  • a confirmed COVID19 infection in the last 90 days
  • have been fully vaccinated with COVID-19 vaccine in the last 90 days
  • have a positive antibody test for anti-S, anti-S1 or anti-RBD SARS-CoV-2 IgG antibodies in the last 60 days. 

If you think you are covered by the exemption for isolation and have all the necessary documents to prove it, you can e-mail  indicating your name, surname, personal identification code, tel. number and a document confirming your exception.  On-campus, you will need to provide written confirmation of your vaccination status or past infection.  Please note this does not apply to travel isolation. 

90 days

from your confirmed positive COVID test

90 days

from your last dose of COVID vaccine

60 days

For positive antibody test

VACCINATION information

  • From May 31, vaccination in Lithuania is open for the general public (16 +). It is available for Lithuanian citizens and foreigners who are residents of Lithuania (have TRP).   
  • You can register online if you have a bank ID or mobile signature. If you don't, you will be able to register by calling 1808. 
  • You should be able to choose the vaccine if it's available. 
  • If you are in self-isolation after arrival from abroad, you may register for the vaccination. However, you must first get a permit from the NPHC by filling out this form. Please remember until you get fully vaccinated and 14 days pass after your last dose you will still be subject to all isolation and testing requirements after exposure to a positive case and arrival from abroad.   
  • EU Digital COVID Certificate can be issued for those who have had COVID, COVID infection in the last 180 days or were fully vaccinated with an EU-approved vaccine or have a PCR test valid for 72 hours.  The certificate allows but does not guarantee free travel within the EU. The validity of the certificate depends on each country's national rules, which can be found at You do not need the certificate to enter Lithuania. 
  • Individuals who have had COVID can also get vaccinated with just one dose of the vaccine in order to extend their period of immunity.   


A COVID-19 test (PCR test or antigen test from the nasopharynx) is accepted. A serological antibody test result is not recognized. The test must be taken 72 hours before the entry to Lithuania must be negative and it must be presented to the carrier before the journey. Make sure to call the lab in your town to check the processing times.  The test should be in one of the EU official languages.   Upload a negative test (72 hrs, in English or Lithuanian) to COVID negative test form  

Nothing is required for the departure from Lithuania but if you need a test for your destination country, you may contact one of the private labs. 

  • Antėja: 8 700 55511, Address: Priestočio g. 16, Price: 78 EUR, Speaks: English; 
  • MeDicina Pratika: 370 525 07744, Address: Šilutės pl. 38, Price: 75 EUR, Speaks: English
  • Uosto Poliklinika: 370 640 21277 (When listening to the menu, press 3), Address: Dragūnų g. 2, Price: 76 EUR, Speaks: Russian Or Lithuanian.  If you have specific questions, email 

COVID19 immunity is based on either past infection or full vaccination. A medical document  (medical record) or vaccination certificate should be presented. The document must be in one of the EU languages. If you have immunity, you:

  • do not need to get tested or self-isolate upon arrival for 180 days after positive PCR test or last vaccine dose
  • do not need to self-isolate after direct exposure to the positive case for 90 days after positive PCR test or last vaccine dose. Email  indicating your name, surname, personal identification code, tel. number and a document confirming
    your exception.  

Upload confirmation of your immunity to the Immunity Status  to eRezlife 

In case you have a positive antibody test for anti-S, anti-S1, or anti-RBD SARS-CoV-2 IgG antibodies in the last 60 days you do not need to self-isolate after direct exposure to a positive case after emailing  indicating your name, surname, personal identification code, tel. number and a document confirming your exception.  

Even if you have antibodies, you still need to bring the test and isolate for 10 days when arriving from abroad. 

You can test for antibodies in any of the private labs or through 1808 

Upload confirmation of your immunity to the Immunity Status  to eRezlife 

FALL 2021 | important information

All classes will be offered in a semester format as they have been offered this spring semester. As you make decisions about how you will choose to study, please refer to these definitions to understand how to designate yourself based on the choices you make: 

  • REMOTE: classes are online and both offsite and onsite students join in MsTeams. 
  • HYBRID: classes are in-person and offsite students join in MsTeams. 
  • ONSITE STATUS: students must be physically present in the classroom. 
  • OFFSITE STATUS: students must be present through MsTeams platform (when we are in the ‘remote’ setting, all students are assumed to have this status).  

Fall 2021 - On campus | off campus housing

Below you can find information about arrival to Lithuania, arrival to campus, self-isolation.  If you live on campus, plan to move to your room by Monday, the first day of classes, or inform that you will be checking in later. Your bed will not be kept for you past September 4, 2021. 

  • Upload confirmation of your immunity to the Immunity Status  to eRezlife 
  • Plan to check-in in your room on August 28, 2021.  
  • In exceptional cases if you need to arrive before August 28 (for student leader training, etc.) fill out the Early arrival form at least 5 working days in advance.  Do not arrive without prior notice.
  • Get a QR code 48 hours prior to the entry to Lithuania if you come from abroad. 
  • Fill out the Off-Campus Accommodation form on eRezlife  (Under “Housing Overview”). If you need access to storage in the Halls, refer to the website for storage access information. 
  • Upload confirmation of your immunity to the Immunity status on eRezlife
  • Get a QR code 48 hours prior to the entry to Lithuania, if you come from abroad

If you are in Lithuania, plan to check-in in your room on August 28, 2021. In exceptional cases, if you need to arrive before August 28 (for student leader training, etc.) Fill out the Early arrival form at least 5 working days in advance. Do not arrive without prior notice.

If you are abroad fill out the August Isolation Application on eRezlife (Under “Housing Overview”). Indicate that you plan to live on campus in August as well.   >>Wave #1:  Aug 2-4 – priority returners. >> Wave #2:  August 13-15 – priority new students. Limited availability for returners.  

  • Allow for 2 business days to receive confirmation. Do not purchase tickets until your space is confirmed. Once confirmed, you will be sent a Ms Teams form to request linens, meal plans, storage access, and any other information for isolation and arrival.   
  • Housing fee: 90 EUR for August.  
  • Contact Alina Kovyrialova with any questions regarding your self-isolation.  
  • Upload a negative test (72 hrs, in English) to COVID negative test form  
  • Get a QR code 48 hours prior to the entry to Lithuania 
  • Fill out the Off-Campus Accommodation form on eRezlife  (Under “Housing Overview”). If you need access to storage in the Halls, refer to the website for storage access information.
  • If you are abroad, fill out the August Isolation Application on eRezlife  (Under “Housing Overview”). Indicate that you plan to live on campus in August in the form.    >>Wave #1:  Aug 2-4 – priority returners.   We strongly recommend you sign up for this wave.>>  Wave #2:  August 13-15 - priority new students. Limited availability for returners, not guaranteed.
  • Allow for 2 business days to received confirmation.  Do not purchase tickets until your space is confirmed. Once confirmed, you will be sent a Ms Teams form to request linens, meal plans, storage access, and any other information for isolation and arrival.   
  • Housing fee for isolation: 50 EUR 
  • Contact Alina Kovyrialova with any questions regarding your self-isolation. 
  • Upload a negative test (72 hrs, in English) to  COVID negative test form  
  • Get a QR code 48 hours prior to the entry to Lithuania 

We will start offering spaces after August 1, 2021. If we are unable to offer you space on campus and you would like to rent an apartment, please know that you still need to apply for self-isolation on campus and will need to vacate the space at the end of the 10-day period. Currently, we have 93 students on the wait-list, so we encourage you to explore the 

If you are no longer interested in being on the waitlist, please cancel your housing application in the eRezLife.  

Arrival to Lithuania

  • You do not need to self-isolate if you have had a COVID infection in the last 180 days or were fully vaccinated with an EU-approved vaccine and 14 days have passed from the last dose. You need to have an official medical document from the doctor that would confirm the DATE of your infection and that it was diagnosed with a PCR test (not an antibody test). The document must be or officially be translated into one of the EU languages and presented at the border.  If you were vaccinated, bring an internationally recognized vaccine certificate. Upload confirmation of your immunity to the Immunity Status to eRezlife .
  • Arrivals: July 19-25.   
    • Please note that there is no guarantee which countries will stay green or red in August when most of you plan to arrive. All students should be planning to sign up for isolation if they are not immune even if currently the country is green because it's much easier to cancel isolation than to find isolation at the end of August. We will not be offering isolation once the academic year starts.
        • Green countries (a test 72 hours before entry, no isolation): Austria, Bulgaria, Estonia, Czech Republic, Greece (Thasos only), Italy, Iceland, Latvia, Poland, France (Mayotte only), Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary, Germany
        • Red and all non-EU counties (a test 72 hours prior to entry and 10-day isolation): Denmark, Greek (including Crete, excluding Corfu, Kefalonia, Thasos, Zakynthos, Rhodes, Santorini), Spain (including Tenerife, Gran Canaria, and Mallorca), Cyprus, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, France (Martinique, French Guiana, and Réunion only), The Swiss Confederation
        • All other EU countries are yellow countries (a test 72 hours before entry and a second test on days 3-5 days after arrival is mandatory but no isolation is required).
          Registration is required on the Hotline website or by short number 1808, no isolation. Check countries on
    The test document must be in one of the EU official languages. Antibody tests are not accepted. Expired tests are not accepted.  Self-isolation can only happen on campus. The test results need to be uploaded into eRezLife> Forms > "COVID-19 negative test results" prior to your arrival.   

  • Exceptions apply (no test or isolation is necessary) to those who have had COVID that was confirmed by the positive PCR test in the last 180 days (official document from the medical institution is needed in English) and those fully vaccinated with an EU approved vaccine in the last 180 days  if at least 14 days have elapsed since the vaccine dose for COVID-19 and the person has been vaccinated:
    • a second dose of vaccine, where the vaccination schedule consists of two doses of vaccine;
    • one dose of vaccine, where the vaccination schedule consists of one dose of vaccine;
    • at least one dose of the vaccine when the vaccine was given to a person with a history of COVID-19 disease (coronavirus infection) and the diagnosis was confirmed based on a positive SARS-CoV-2 PCR test.
Get a QR code 48 hours to arrival List of countries (July 19-25)


# of Days
Travel 10 days from arrival to Lithuania LCC Housing Only
Direct Exposure 14 days from last exposure Student Choice
Suspected Positive until Negative PCR test obtained Student Choice
Confirmed Positive upon doctor release (at least 10 days from symptoms onset or positive COVID test) Student Choice

The durations stated above are the standard.  However, isolation with other students means isolation may be extended 1-2 days to maximize isolation space or as many as 14 additional days if anyone in the room tests positive for COVID.  Every effort will be made to minimize the duration of isolation, but unfortunately we are not able to offer individual isolation spaces.


Arrival Dates
August 2-4 or 13-15
Varies Due to Positive, Suspected or Exposure COVID case (8:00-15:00 M-F); +370 643 456 44 (After Hours)

August Arrival Fees:

Confirmed Fall 2021 Housing Space
Yes 5 EUR/night; max 90 EUR Relocate within LCC Housing after 10 days
No 50 EUR Vacate LCC Housing after 10 days

Non-August Arrival Fees:

Existing Current Housing Assignment
Yes 0 EUR Relocate to original assignment after isolation is completed
No 5 EUR/night Vacate LCC Housing after isolation is completed


  • Rental Fees - Student Financial Service Account
  • Linen & Cafeteria Meal Plans - Cash Payment Only
  • Grocery/Household Item & Meal Delivery - Bank Card Payment Only
Isolation Type
Travel with co-travellers or other students arriving on/around the same day
Direct Exposure with other students who had direct exposure to the same confirmed positive
Suspected Positive alone or with other symptomatic Direct Exposures
Confirmed Positive with other students who are confirmed positive

*All assignments are single-gendered regardless of being co-travellers or having exposure to the same confirmed positive.


  • Remain in your room
  • Maintain a 2 meter distance as much as possible
  • Refrain from accepting guests
  • Ventilate the room every 2 hours (open window for 10 minutes)
  • Wash hands with soap and water often
  • Clean frequently used surfaces daily
  • Wash dishes with hot water and regular detergents
  • Follow the cough-sneeze etiquette: cover your mouth with your elbow (not palm) or a napkin that you dispose of afterwards

Access Restrictions:

During isolation, you will not have access to the following:

  • Thermometer
  • Medication
  • Kitchen
  • Stores
  • Laundry
  • Smoking Hut
  • Storage

Please plan accordingly.


Students are able to leave isolation for the following reasons:

After 10 days you no longer need to self-isolate or perform additional tests. However, it is recommended to register for the test by calling 1808 if you develop symptoms. You do not need the NPHC permission to leave self-isolation to get tested.  

Provided Resources:

Rooms come equipped with a:

  • bed
  • desk
  • closet
  • fridge/freezer
  • shower
  • bathroom.

Kettles are permitted, but not provided.  Appliances such as microwaves or crock pots are not permitted in the room since they tend to overload the circuit.

Students should expect to bring/order linens and household supplies such as toilet paper, trash bags, cleaning products, medication and a thermometer.

Delivery Options:

Wolt Prepared Meals & Groceries
Bolt Food Prepared Meals
Barbora Groceries
Rimi Groceries
Cafeteria Prepared Meals

Address: Pakruojo Gatve 15

Times: 10:00, 13:00, 18:00

Payment: Bank Card Only (except for Cafeteria Meals accept Cash Only)

Cafeteria Meal Plans:

# of Meals
3 Breakfast (10:00) + Lunch (12:00) + Dinner (13:00) 7.60 EUR/day
2 Breakfast (10:00) + Dinner (13:00) 4.50 EUR/day
1 Lunch Only (13:00) 3.50 EUR/day

Cafeteria Meal Plans:

  • start 24 hours after arrival
  • are for the duration of isolation (no partial)
  • only accept cash payment (exact amount preferred)
  • are offered on weekdays only except during August, when weekends are included
  • can be tailored to dietary restrictions


  • Linens (bedding and towels) are available for the duration of occupancy for 15 EUR.
  • Cash payment only (exact amount preferred).


  • Isolators will not be able to access the storage room.
  • Delivery of storage items is limited due to limited staffing, therefore students should bring all items needed for isolation.  Isolation is a limited time in a temporary space.
  • If its absolutely necessary to retrieve items that cannot wait until isolation has ended, a designated friend or staff member can retrieve items by request.
  • A designated friend can retrieve items prior to arrival by indicating so on the isolation confirmation form.
  • Staff will retrieve items by 21:00 after arrival.  Delivery will not occur in advance of arrival due to itinerary changes and will not occur upon arrival (such as at 3am) as staff is not available.


  • Perishable trash can be left in an enclosed bag outside the door every weekday at 8am for cleaning staff to pickup.
  • Students should provide their own trash bags and are asked to dispose of non-perishable trash on their own after isolation is completed.

Cell Phone SIM Card:

All students are expected to setup a Lithuanian cell phone number because the Lithuanian government only communicates via SMS to a Lithuanian cellular phone number.

Land Line Phone:

Rooms are equipped with a land line phone that can dial reception with any questions.

  • Neumann 3000 (during summer)
  • Enns 4000 (during academic year)
Staff Language Capabilities:
8:00 - 21:30 English
21:30 - 8:00 Lithuanian & Russian


All questions, changes in itinerary or cancelation of isolation application should be directed to our Isolation Coordinator Alina Kovyrialova  She is available 8:00 - 15:00 weekdays.  She is off Fridays until mid-July.

Health Kit:
  • Face Masks
  • Thermometer
  • Hand Soap & Hand Disinfectant (at least 60% alcohol)
  • Medication
  • Toilet Paper
  • Pen to sign contract
  • Envelope with Cash Payment (if applicable)
Cash Payment Envelope Details:

Include on the envelope in legible hand-writing:

  • First & Last Name
  • Purpose of Payment (Cafeteria Meal Plan or Linens)
  • Cafeteria Meal Plan Type (if applicable)
  • Amount
  • Date of Arrival

Visiting other places (such as a grocery store) enroute to isolation is prohibited.


Students are advised to travel in their own (rented) transport or to request the transportation of relatives.

If public transport is necessary, wear protective equipment (face masks, respirators, or other PPEs) covering the nose and mouth and gloves and keep a distance of 2 meters from other people.

Travel Isolation:
  • Go to Neumann Reception (Enns Reception during the academic year)
  • Wear a face mask covering mouth and nose
  • Sign 2 copies of the Isolation Contract
  • Request Storage Delivery for 21:00 (if applicable)
  • Submit payment for Cafeteria Meal Plan and/or Linens (if applicable)
Direct Exposure/Suspected Case/Positive Case:
  • Remain in room and call Neumann Reception (3000) during the summer or Enns Reception (4000) during the academic year
  • Wear a mask at all times
  • Clean surface areas touched in the past 72 hours
  • Pack belongings to relocate to isolation
Isolation Type
Travel Isolation At the end of isolation, go to reception to receive an isolation pass
Direct Exposure Contact your assigned RA 72-hours in advance to arrange a checkout
Suspected Positive Contact the RD On-Call who will confirm your negative test results
Confirmed Positive Contact your assigned RA 72-hours in advance to arrange a checkout


  • Since classes are online, can I stay in another EU country for the semester? A foreigner holding a valid national visa (D) or TRP may travel the territories of other states of the Schengen Area, but no more than 90 days within any 180-day period. Please use this calculator to count how many days you already spent from the first entry into Schengen. Violation of 90/180 rule can result in fines, immediate deportation, or even getting banned from entering the Schengen Zone for a specific amount of time. 
  • What if I can’t arrive to submit my documents for TRP re-application, what does it mean for me? Every situation is different. Mainly if students cannot Reapply for TRP, they have to apply for Visa D if they will plan to come back and study in LCC.
  • Can the document for TRP be submitted online? Process of TRP application stays the same: You have to submit documents online and then take them for your appointment to Migration Department. ONLY online application is not possible.
  • During the quarantine, how does local Migration office operate? All visits at the Migration department are available only by appointment which has to be done at least 24 hours in advance. 
  • How long will it take to process my application? A foreigner’s application for the issuance of the temporary residence permit must be considered not later than within 4 months from the lodging of the application, and if applied on an urgent basis – not later than within 2 months from the date of submission of the application. 
  • Can I enter Lithuania with an expired TRP or no visa if I have a letter from the Migration department that my TRP is ready? As per the information we have at the moment* (2021 March) you can enter Lithuania with the confirmation from MIGRIS that your TRP is already issued and can be collected. This can be done but ONLY if your passport allows you to enter the Schengen area for 90 days visa-free and your student status is active in LCC. Otherwise, you have to apply for a Single-entry Visa in order to enter Lithuania and collect your TRP.  
  • Can someone else collect my TRP? TRP card can be collected ONLY by a student in person in Klaipeda’s Migration Department. It cannot be collected by another person. 
  • What is the deadline for the TRP application?1,5 months before your TRP will expire. For example: if your TRP expires 2022-01-31 then the deadline for the reapplication is mid-December 2021 (as urgent order).  
  • Do I need to take original documents with me for the visit at Migration Department or scanned copies are enough to present? You must have original documents (as Financial statement, Notarized permission, passport, current TRP card, etc.) at the time of your TRP appointment in person In the Migration Department. 
  • What will happen to my TRP card if I won’t be able to collect it? It will stay in Migration Department until you will have active student status at LCC. Migration department has all right to change regulations at any time).  
  • How quickly does the Migration Office from LCC respond? Please expect ~3 working days response time to your emails as this is a very busy time. Unless we agreed on the time for an online call/appointment.  
  • Where can I find more info about TRP or Visa? On our LCC portal 
  • What is the process if I have valid TRP but staying out of Lithuania for 6+ consecutive months? You have to inform the LCC migration Coordinator in order to keep your TRP not canceled. 
  • What are the current Migration Department updates as of 2021 March? 
    • Together with your TRP application process, you have to have a declaration form.  
    • As minimum wage in Lithuania was increased (from 607eur/month to 642eur/month) that will affect your sufficient funds amount you have to show when you are applying for TRP or Visa). 
    • Students, with TRP cards which they get after graduation for 12 months can start work without registering at Uzimtumo Tarnyba. 
  • I applied for a fall space and paid my housing deposit but did not secure a space during the Room selection period (March 31-April 1). What should I do now? Consider alternative off-campus options and/or remain on the wait-list. If you do not wish to remain on the housing wait-list, complete the “Housing withdrawal OR Transfer request” form in eRezlife and select the “Take me off the housing wait-list" option. Note: All students arriving from outside of Lithuania should plan to arrive to isolate on-campus upon arrival unless they have proof of receiving a vaccine approved by Lithuania. 
  • I didn’t see my question answered here. Where can I find more information? Online or contact  
  • Is summer housing available? If you need to stay in the halls any time between 5 May 2021 and 1 August 2021, you need to complete the application in eRezlife.
  • What should I do if the wifi or technology for my class is not working? Email and describe your problem. If the wifi in your location is bad, go to your residence lobby reception to check out an Ethernet Cord and USB adapter if necessary. This cord plugs into the wall in your room and will make the internet connection much better.  
  • I am struggling to meet basic needs, can I get help?  If you or someone you know needs assistance meeting basic needs, consider requesting or referring someone for LCC Cares assistance.  Care for our community is essential to our mission and values, especially during a global pandemic.  All information is completely confidential.  More information regarding the initiative is available online
  • I am struggling psychologically, who can I contact for help?  If you are feeling overwhelmed, stressed out, or depressed, you don't have to walk alone. Counseling is a safe, confidential place to talk through the stresses of life in a COVID world. Appointments are available Monday through Friday, beginning at 10 am. The last appointment M-Th begins at 17:00. On Fridays, the last appointment begins at 16:00. If interested you can sign up online.  
  • How can I pick up my diploma? Can someone else collect it on my behalf? You may either pick up your documents in person at the Registrar's Office (#24), or authorize (through a notary) another person to pick up the diploma on your behalf from the Registrar's Office 
  • Where can I get help in my classes? The Student Success Center offers free, online tutoring for all students. Peer tutors will meet with you individually and help you in Psychology, Lithuanian, Math, and Writing. The writing tutors can help you with a paper or assignment for any class - not just English classes. The writing tutors can also help you with your thesis.  
  • How do I sign up for tutoring? To sign up, visit, or On the sign-up form, type in your name and email address at the time you would like to be tutored. The tutor will call you through Microsoft Teams at that time.  
  • Do I need to prepare anything before tutoring? Have your assignment or homework ready so that the tutor can help you on a specific assignment. They can help you brainstorm ideas for a paper, help with homework, edit mistakes, and more. 
  • What should I do if I am failing a class? If you are failing a class, reach out to your professor and ask if there is anything you can do to catch up with their class. You should also reach out to the Student Success Center Coordinator, Hailey Altena ( can help you make a plan for catching up on your courses. 
  • What should I do if I am on academic probation? If you are on academic probation, you will be contacted by the Student Success Center Coordinator, Hailey Altena ( On probation, you will be required to complete a variety of activities to catch up in your courses. More information can be found at:
  • I am planning to go on the exchange program in Fall 2021, will it happen?  Please follow the CIE information for outgoing students here  
  • I am planning to go on the exchange program in Fall 2021, which study mode I should choose for Fall 2021? You need to choose an off-site study mode. 
  • How should I declare my study mode for Fall 2021 semester? Please fill out the Fall 2021 Study Mode Survey Study mode can be changed until the end of Add/Drop week (September 3, 2021). All questions regarding switching the modes should be directed to  

Resources available

We understand members of our community may be concerned and anxious. As always, if students, faculty, or staff want to get more information or wish to speak with someone about their worries, the following resources are available.

Facebook group

Set notifications in the Ms Teams "LCC Annoucments" to receive regular and timely updates. 

Email communication

Check your email frequently - LCC email is our main channel of communication


Coronavirus hotline: 1808

Other resources
  • RDonDuty +37064345644 
  • VP Academics JD Mininger 
  • VP Human Resources Natalija N. Zacharova 
  • Off-campus information: National Public Health Center hotline 1808 or tel. +370 618 79984 and +370 616 94562 
  • 1809 - Psychological support hotline/COVID19

All questions regarding self-isolation, testing, borders, etc need to be sent to 

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