Each room provides one Internet port per resident to which a computer equipped with an Ethernet card may be connected, using an ethernet cable. Cables must be provided by students. Students will be required to register their device when they connect to the network. Students must abide by the current Acceptable Use Policy
All buildings on campus are wireless enabled. However, it is recommended to use Ethernet access when possible due to increased speed and reliability. Additional information about how to connect to the internet can be found at the Office of Technology webpage
Gaming consoles are permitted to connect to the network under certain restrictions. Please see the Office of Technologoy's policy regarding gaming consoles
for further information.
Public computer labs are available for student use year round. Open hours and locations of each lab are found here
. Network printers are available in computer labs.
All of our residence halls are air conditioned. Sheil, North, Pope John Paul II, Mother Teresa, and Dorothy Day halls offer climate control thermostats in each room, while other buildings have either building-wide air or window units which run seasonally.
Each residential room has one phone jack to which students may connect a telephone. To receive your 4-digit extension, call the Office of Student Services (x5275) from your room phone. Students may call any other 4-digit University number and make local phone calls for no cost. Students who wish to use this phone line for long distance calls must use a calling card.
Lewis University provides a free voicemail system to all campus extensions. To access a voicemail box dial x5100. For more information about phone and voicemail visit the Office of Technology voicemail page
Each room has one jack to which students may connect a cable-ready television, using a coax cable (12' length is recommended). This service offers a wide variety of programming, including a premium cable channel, sports, food, music, arts & entertainment and local programming. TVs with a built in HD tuner will be able to access over 20 additional channels in HD. For assistance connecting or troubleshooting issues with your television visit the Office of Technology TV page
The services above are all operated by Lewis’ ITSO department. Technical assistance is available by contacting the ITSO Help Desk. Help Desk locations and hours are available here
Each residence hall has one or more high efficiency laundry rooms with multiple machines in each. Laundry cost is an included amenity built into the cost of room and board. However, students must provide their own laundry soap.
LaundryView is an online laundry room monitoring service. You can view availability of washers and dryers in your building, and how much time is left on all machines. You can also sign-up to receive text message alerts when washers and dryers become available. Students can access LaundryView by visiting www.laundryview.com/lewisuniv
The University Mailroom is located in De La Salle Hall across from the bookstore and provides most services of a Post Office except for money orders, passports and the issuing of insurance on packages. The mailroom is open Monday through Friday from 8:30AM to 4:30PM.
Resident students must visit the mailroom within the first week of class to claim their mailbox for the year. Once a box is issued a student may retain the same unit number for the entirety of their enrollment.
To receive mail, utilize the address format below:
One University Pkwy
Unit # (student unit #)
Romeoville, IL 60446
For students' convenience there are four dining venues located throughout campus, several of which are located in buildings connected to residence halls. All of the dining venues are operated by Sodexo Services, and more information about hours of operation and options can be found on the dining page
All residence halls have a kitchen for students who prefer to cook a meal on their own once in a while. Residence hall kitchens include an oven, stove, microwave, full size refrigerator, and large sink. Students who plan to use the kitchen should bring their own dishes, cook and bake ware, utensils, etc.
Every room on campus includes a microwave and refrigerator unit. In North Hall full size refrigerators and microwaves are shared by the entire suite. In all other residence halls each room is provided with a microfridge unit. A microfridge is a combination mini refrigerator and separate freezer with a microwave attached. These units also provide the resident with extra electrical outlets, their own safety circuits, and are specifically rated for the power provided at Lewis.
Lewis' bookstore is operated by Follett and is located in De La Salle Hall of the Romeoville campus. In addition to textbooks, the bookstore sells Lewis branded merchandise, contemporary books, various supplies, gift cards, and much more. You may also contact the Lewis
by calling (815) 836-5401.