First-time, first-year students are required to live on campus their first four semesters. For their first year, students are assigned to a room in a Learning Community.
Research shows that students who live on campus experience higher rates of retention, satisfaction, and academic success. A common residential experience helps students connect with peers, receive support from faculty and staff, and foster academic and social development.
LEARNING COMMUNITY (LC) PLACEMENT
First-year students will be placed in one of these Learning Communities. These choices will be listed on your housing and meal plan contract. Locations are tentative and subject to change.
- Arts and Creativity – McAuley
- Cultural Crossroads – Marsh, Austin, Tupper
- Honors College – University Heights North
- Innovation and Entrepreneurship – Mason, Simpson, Hamilton
- Leadership and Social Change – Millis
- Liberal Arts Scholars Program (LASP) – Living/Learning D
- Outdoor Experience – Wing, Davis, Wilks
- Sustainability – Harris
- Wellness Environment – Central Campus Residence Hall, Wright