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Living-Learning Communities

Residence Hall Living-learning Communities

Learning doesn’t stop when you leave the classroom. Find out why you should consider a Living-Learning Community.

ROTC Student with US Flag at Contracting Ceremony


Community for students who are in WVU's Army ROTC program

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Students from B&E at the Nasdaq desk

Connect Lead Innovate Motivate Belong (CLIMB)

Community for any student in the College of Business and Economics.

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Basketball spotlight


Community for students in CPASS (College of Physical Activity and Sports Sciences) majors

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Undergraduate drawing class


Community for students who are enrolled in the College of Creative Arts

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Engineering team testing


Community for students who are studying Engineering

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Students at work


Community for students majoring in Forensic and Investigative Science

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global community


Community for students interested in global cultures and idea exchange

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Amizade Brazli


Community for students who are in the Honors College

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Student waters plants used for research in WVU greenhouse

Sustainability Environment Economy Energy Design (SEEED)

Community for any student in the Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design.

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Students enjoying picnic meal


Community for students interested in a substance-free living experience

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Student enjoying FallFest

The Quad

Community for students of color at WVU

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True Colors living corridors

True Colors Community

LGBTQA and Gender Inclusive Living Community

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students enjoying the outdoors


Well-Being is a Living-Learning Community offered to students living on-campus in a WVU residence hall.

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