Living Learning Communities (LLCs) are groups of students who share academic goals and interests. LLC members live in designated residence halls or apartments, enroll in community-specific courses and participate in group activities designed to enhance learning. LLC students typically develop peer relationships more quickly, enjoy increased faculty interaction outside the classroom, and maintain higher GPAs.
First-year students must select the Living Learning Community option on their housing application to apply. Participation in LLCs is limited, and communities are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Students interested in applying for the Women in STEAM LLC must apply through a separate process which can be found on the Women in STEAM page. Participation in the Women in STEAM LLC is limited, and applicants are selected based on their application, resume, and essay responses.
In order to be eligible for participation, students must have a major that corresponds to their selected LLC. For a list of eligible LLC majors for the upcoming academic year, click on the links below.
- Arts and Humanities
- Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication
- Biomedical Engineering
- Computer Science
- First Generation
- Social Sciences
- Women in STEAM
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