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Living Learning Community/Special Interest Group Application Information

Instructions for applying for an LLC/Special Interest Group:  

  • Students who are interested in becoming a member of a community must indicate their interests when signing their Housing License Agreement.
  • After indicating their interest, students must select the program that they are interested in. Students do not have to indicate interest in a community and are not required to live in a community, to sign and complete their agreement.
  • Students must select one program if they indicated interest to move on and complete the process. 
  • Students will be contacted between May-July as it relates to their acceptance into the community and their housing assignment. 

Some programs may have a separate application processes with different deadlines.  Please see below for specific application information.

Board of Governors Scholars Community

Membership is on a first come first serve basis. Students that wish to become a member of this community must indicate so on their scholarship application. Once they are awarded the scholarship, they will be placed in the community.

Please click here to visit the Board of Governors Scholars Community page.

Honors Living Learning Community Membership for the Honors Program is by invitation from the Office of Admissions. If you have not received an invitation and are interested.

Please click here to visit their webpage or visit the link below for their specific application and deadline.
SYRI Students who wish to participate in the SYRI program should go to the SYRI page and fill out the LLC/Special Interest Application. Applications are due in the Friday, November 7, 2017.

Please click here to visit their webpage.
TRIO Students who wish to participate in the TRIO SSSP Community should go to TRIO SSSP Application page and complete their specific information.

Please click here to visit the TRIO SSP Apply Now webpage.

PLEASE NOTE: We highly encourage LLC students to live with one another because of the limited number of spaces in these communities.  


Updated: 4/16/18/MGM