By joining an LLC, students assume responsibility for creating their own learning opportunities around the house theme.  Each LLC member is expected to actively participate in the creation of a program plan and take initiative to implement the ideas.  This process begins in the spring after being accepted into the LLC program.

Each LLC is advised by at least one faculty member or administrator.  These faculty sponsors offer advice and guidance in the development of formal house programs and informal opportunities to learn about the theme.  Each Living Learning Community house receives a program budget of $300/semester from the Office of Residence Life.  Assistance with managing budgeting, program planning, and other aspects of implementing the house syllabus is provided by Residence Life staff.

Living-Learning Communities are located in 3 person College-owned off-campus houses on Monroe Street (near the Kirby Sports Center). Each house includes ample space for hosting events in the living room, preparing meals in the full-size kitchen, and interacting with neighbors in the backyard.

LLC Houses 2012 – 2017

Botany
Breakthrough in Engineering & Society Today (B.E.S.T.)
Chemical Engineering
Chemistry
Chinese
Civic Engagement
Classic Civilizations
Classical Music
Creative Writing
Crossroads (Gender & Sexuality)
Documentary
Dog
Economics & Society
Engineering Finance
Film & Media Studies
Folk Music
Foodie
French
Geode
German
Health Professions
Hispanic Society of Lafayette
History
Interfaith/Religious Studies
International Politics
Kaleidoscope
Literature Appreciation
Mathematics
Mind and Body Health House
Monroe@
Psychology
Social Justice House
Statistics
Technology
Theater
TREEhouse
U.S. Politics
Wall Street
Women in Science & Engineering