Living on campus presents many opportunities to get involved, whether it be with a Housing organization or a campus organization. Residents are encouraged to be involved in their halls to engage with their peers and create opportunities to shape their living experience.
The Living Learning Communities (LLCs) with Housing & Residential Engagement are a chance to live and breathe your interests and major. With LLCs across a spectrum of academic interests, these communities are a chance to engage with your peers, faculty mentors, and Housing staff about topics you know and love.
LLC students must live on campus and in their respective community location. Students are also required to enroll in the common course for their specific community, which means that everyone in the LLC takes the same class at the same time. New LLC students are also expected to attend an LLC orientation during Welcome Home Week.
Each year more than 100 students are hired to work with the housing operation on campus, from front desk staff to maintenance staff to resident assistants in the halls. These students learn valuable lessons in teamwork, problem solving, time management, and leadership in an environment formed to foster community.
All positions are part-time.
Living in housing encourages higher rates of engagement, and student organizations designed to promote activities in the halls are the easiest way to get involved. These organizations create housing-wide activities, recognize the leaders amongst them, and create an exciting atmosphere in the unique facilities throughout our halls.