What Are Living Learning Communities?
WVU’s Living-Learning Communities (LLC) are
on-campus student communities formed around a theme or specific field
of study. They are a smaller, more intimate environment where you can
live with others who share your academic and/or social interests.
Your college experience is about nonstop learning and preparing you
for a great future. Being part of a Living-Learning Community will:
- make it easier to adjust to college
- help you meet people who share your interests
- provide a support network of friends
encourage you to study with your neighbors
- provide the connection to work with faculty mentors
keep you on track to earn your degree on time
- connect you with internships and future career opportunities
What Will You Experience?
A sense of
community through programs, conversations and faculty interaction centered on
the member’s interest. Since all the members share interest in their
community’s theme, members can expect to build genuine relationships and
What Else Do You Need To Know?
- The Honors College has certain academic requirements for admission (please see the Honors
College section). Other Living-Learning Communities do not have specific GPA requirements.
- You can join a Living-Learning Community during the online room
selection process by selecting the hall and/or floor associated with the
Living-Learning Community. Admittance is first-come, first-served, and space