We offer a twist on the traditional on-campus living experience. Consider a Living
Learning Community -- LLC for short. These communities are developed around a theme.
Students who share a common interest or academic focus live on the same floor of a
residence hall. In some cases, entire halls are devoted to a theme, for example, Sam
May Hall is dedicated to our Fitness & Wellness LLC.
While some First Year Experience cohorts are established to assure a smooth, successful transition into college life and academic demands, others are developed around an academic course. LLC residents receive extra support and mentoring by faculty and staff in their focus area. Special programs and events are offered to enhance their experiences outside of the classroom, while helping them develop and refine their leadership skills. Below, learn more about requirements for LLC living and how to apply.
2017-2018 LLC Offerings
- First Year Experience – Seth North Hall (Entire hall: 106 freshmen)
- Sophomore Year Cohort – Beecher (Up to 50 sophomores)
- Fitness/Wellness Experience – Sam May Hall (Entire hall: 156 students)
Seth North Hall
Students who choose Seth North Hall will live among other first year students. Our goal is to help first year students fully acclimate to the university setting by offering programs and activities focused on study skills, campus resources, community building, and overall health and safety. Many programs are co-sponsored with The Learning Center at CCSU, as well as faculty members from various departments. Past events have included: How to Choose a Major, Impress the Suit, Midterm Study Sessions, Finals Bonanza, The Learning Center Workshop Series, and many more.
Beecher Hall – Sophomore Year Cohort
Students who select into Beecher Hall will be offered special programs developed to enhance your sophomore year experience and develop networking with campus partners.
Sam May Hall – Fitness/Wellness Hall
If you want to be active - this LLC is for you! Our focus is to help students learn to lead a more healthy and active lifestyle. Program offerings will include: workout strategies, stress relief, nutrition, diet options, and overall well-being. A variety of departments co-sponsor programs including: RECentral, Dining Services, Student Wellness Services, and the Department of Physical Education and Human Performance.
Our expectations and requirements for participating in an LLC are pretty simple:
Live in the designated LLC residence hall
Complete program assessments at the end of the fall and spring semesters
Participate in LLC programs and activities
Academic LLCs - you must meet the academic prerequisites of the LLC course(s)
Enroll in LLC academic courses required for your community through course registration with CACE
Select the building noted that houses your Academic LLC
How To Enroll
Check the LLC Requirements
Pay your housing deposit
During room selection, select into the residence hall where your LLC is located
Once housing selection and course selection is completed, you are automatically enrolled into the LLC
When you move into your LLC residence hall, the program will begin!
Any questions? Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org