Living Groups

Living groups are an opportunity for students with a common interest to learn as they reside together in a floor or building. Beginning their sophomore year, students may pursue membership in an academically or socially based group.

Living Learning Communities

In Living Learning Communities, faculty sponsor and support student-to-student engagement in campus housing based on an academic curriculum. Students enrich their knowledge and help the community engage the topic by planning programs with faculty mentoring.

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Grossman House

The Grossman House for Global Perspectives is an intimate residential community with a deep co-curricular anchor in globalization.  The 25 student residents plan programming with the mentoring of faculty whose research and teaching address globalization.

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Departmental and Specialty Houses

Departmental and specialty houses support the mission of an academic program, student organization, or religious program.

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Special-Interest Houses

Special-Interest houses are student-led communities centered on academic and/or co-curricular interests. Students explore self-governance, engage in civic responsibility, share knowledge, and sponsor programs in support of a self-selected theme.

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Wellness Housing

Wellness communities give residents the opportunity to live among a group of students who commit to live in a community that explores the six dimensions of wellness.

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