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Living Learning Communities: What are Living Learning Communities? | Upper Division LLCs | First Year LLCs | How to apply

What are Living Learning Communities?

All of our residence halls work to provide communities where student learning is enhanced by programming opportunities.  Residence Life & Housing has worked with colleagues across the campus to develop opportunities that have even greater potential to increase student success. 

Living Learning Communities (LLC) provide the opportunity to become part of a unique experience with programs and facilities to advance the interests of the community members.  Each LLC is connected with a specific academic unit or department that provides support to the residents in these communities and direction for developmental activities. 

Current Living Learning Communities for Upper-Division students include:


Current Living Learning Communities for First-Year students include:


The following communities are required by major, college or program:

There are a number of Other Housing Options that you may request in your housing application.

How to apply to a community

You must select your required or preferred community in your housing application. Some communities are available only by additional application or registration.

IMPORTANT: A completed housing application, including any supplemental steps (except First Year Honors) and housing prepayment must be submitted by the application deadline for a student to be considered as a candidate for these communities.