Pictured above: “Being in an LLC has been such a blessing,” said Madeline Cannon, a 2014-2015 pre-nursing LLC participant and now an LLC resident assistant. “My closest friends are people I met through being in an LLC. It is a really unique experience to be able to live with people that are working towards the same goals as you.”
University Housing will offer nine Living Learning Communities (LLCs) this fall. LLCs are residential communities of students dedicated to a similar interest or academic pursuit.
Priority registration deadline is Friday. We will no longer take applications after Jan. 31. The LLC application is now available in Phase I of the housing contract.
- Agricultural, Food & Life Sciences (PDF)
- Air Force ROTC (PDF)
- Army ROTC (PDF)
- Business (PDF)
- Diversity Scholars (PDF)
- Engineering (PDF)
- Health Professions (PDF)
- Music (PDF)
- Recreation & Sports Management (PDF)
Why an LLC?
As an LLC student, you’ll gain real-life exposure to a an academic field or special interest. You’ll get to know faculty and staff in your major in a small-group setting. Special related off-campus trips are available at little or no cost.
These opportunities will ease your transition to college by providing a community dedicated to your academic and social success. An LLC experience fosters campus leaders.