Learning doesn’t stop when you leave the classroom.
Find out why you should consider a Living-Learning Community.
Community for any student in the College of Business and Economics.
Community for students in CPASS (College of Physical Activity and Sports Sciences) majors
Community for students who are enrolled in the College of Creative Arts
Community for students who are studying Engineering
Community for students majoring in Forensic and Investigative Science
Community for students interested in global cultures and idea exchange
Community for students pursuing careers in professional health fields and related majors
Community for students who are in the Honors College
Community for any student in the Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design.
Community for students interested in a substance-free living experience
Community for students of color at WVU
LGBTQA and Gender Inclusive Living Community
Well-Being is a Living-Learning Community offered to students living on-campus in a WVU residence hall.
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Last updated on September 28, 2018.