Residential Life

Living Learning Communities

Living Learning Communities (LLCs) are specialized living opportunities that connect students' experiences inside and outside of the classroom through living and taking selected courses together with other new students who share similar interests with you. 

Students who choose to live in an LLC will have a direct connection to their classroom experience, access to related events and programs, and dedicated faculty and staff who work to provide a meaningful and engaging community experience.

LLCs are a unique first-year student experience and each LLC is open to students of any major.

How it works 

These rooms and shared lounges are in designated sections or floors of residence halls on campus. A typical living learning community is made up of about 20 residents who enjoy classes and activities together.

How to apply

Students who are interested in living in an LCC should indicate their interest on their housing application as well as on the First-Year Course Selection survey to be enrolled in the corresponding ACS and academic course. 

LLC Options

Interfaith Solidarity and Social Justice
Psychology
Service Learning
Leadership