Boutin Student Center, Residence Life Office
44 West Street
Worcester, MA 01609
A Living Learning Community (LLC) is a residential clustering of students who share academic or social and cultural interests.
LLCs vary in organization, goals, and curriculum, but they share the following characteristics:
Being a part of an LLC will provide students with a mutual support network, offer evening social events, and have programs designed to increase retention and overall academic performance. Some other benefits for the students are:
The Interactive Media and Design Living Learning community started in Fall 2012 is tailored for design students. Students work on group projects, and attend programs, conferences and seminars that focus on giving Interactive Media and Design LLC students exclusive experiences that help them relate their classwork to real world situations within the field. The Interactive Media and Design LLC is for students who are sophomores, juniors or seniors who are enrolled in the design program. It is housed in Bullock Hall on the Worcester campus and has accommodations for both male and female students.
The Green House Living Learning Community was established in the Fall 2014 semester and is housed in Lane Hall on the Leicester campus. There are twenty spaces for students interested in living in the Green House LLC. This LLC focuses on sustainability initiatives which the students will be responsible for creating and maintaining throughout the academic year. Students will explore ways in which we can all use fewer natural resources and learn how to become agents of change for a more sustainable society. Students interested in “shrinking their footprint” are invited to apply for the Green House.
For more information about the Living Learning Communities, please contact Erin Kaminski