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Living and Learning Communities

Residence Hall Communities

Learning doesn’t stop when you leave the classroom.

Undergraduate drawing class

College of Creative Arts

Community for students who are interested in the creative arts

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First Generation

Community for students who are first generation college students

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Students at work

Forensic and Investigative Science

Community for students majoring in Forensic and Investigative Science

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Honors College

Communities for students who are in the Honors College

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International Students

Community for students in the international community

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True Colors living corridors

True Colors Community

LGBTQA and Gender Inclusive Living Community

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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:

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 lifelong friends.

What Else Do You Need To Know?