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Live with others who share your love of learning
We have several living and learning communities where you can room with peers who share your passion about a topic, academic program or class.
Why a living and learning community?
You'll take your educational experience to the next level—enhancing what you learn in the classroom and better preparing you to succeed after college.
You'll feel more bonded with others in your major and the entire community. Studies have shown that students who live in learning communities are more satisfied with their college experience.
First year communities:
- Global Business Perspectives LLC and Honors Program Community in Reed Hall
- Civic Engagement, Service and Leadership, and Diversity and Inclusion communities in Smith Hall
Communities for upperclassmen:
- Sassafras townhouses for service, music and creative writing
- International House
- Sustainability House
- GO House
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living and learning communities
Living & Learning Communities
A mix of townhouses and apartment-style residences allow students to gain independent living skills while still on campus.
Students in the GO House share the excitement of planning for—or returning from—their Global Opportunities trip.