Students are housed in the Grand River Canyon apartment complex, located approximately two miles from the Focus on the Family campus. Each two-bedroom unit is shared by four FLI students. Each one-bedroom unit is shared by two FLI students.
The apartments are fully furnished, with spacious living areas, adequately equipped kitchens, Windows-compatible computers with high-speed wireless Internet access and printers, and clothes washers and dryers (no coinage needed). The apartment community also includes an exercise room, outdoor pool and hot tub.
All students are required to live in FLI's residence facilities and to participate in its meal plan.
Each semester: Lunch will be provided Monday through Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Focus on the Family cafeteria. Dinner will be provided one evening per week. All other meals are the student's responsibility.
Students will need to supply the following:
Here is a list of items that are included in the apartments
(Please note that pets are not permitted in the apartments)
Each FLI student needs to provide his or her own transportation to class. Bicycles and vehicles are strongly recommended. Once the semester has begun, carpooling arrangements can often be made.