Living Learning Communities (LLC) are based on students' interests. A group of 10-30 students with a common interest in the topic area will all be housed on the same floor in a residence hall. LLC students will live close enough to be able to connect with other LLC students but also have the opportunity to meet and interact with other students.
Students will then spend the year exploring the topic area, guided by the RIT faculty and staff that coordinate the LLC. LLC's will have organized activities that might include a class, guest lecturers, community service projects, outings to explore Rochester and many social events.
University Studies Program - an option for USP students to live together as they make the journey to their choice of major (must be enrolled in USP, first year students only)
Entrepreneur Hall - (by application, upperclassmen, any major)
The mission of the University Studies Program LLC is to create a socially and academically supportive environment for students who are undecided about their major.
Members of the University Studies Program LLC will have the opportunity to participate in the following experiences:
By participating in the University Studies Program LLC, students will engage in the campus community and deepen knowledge and/or improve skills in the following areas:
Who will you work with?
You will work with approximately 50 University Studies Program LLC freshman. You will also work with a select group of RIT professionals including:
|Stephanie Krebbeks||Residence Coordinator, Center for Residence Life|
|Dewey Lawrence||Senior Academic Advisor, University Studies Program|
|Marty Burris||Director, University Studies Program|
|Angelo Fuino||Assistant Director, University Studies Program|
University Studies Program (USP) students in the living learning community will have a slightly different process for selecting their housing. Please read the instruction below:
Please use the RIT Housing publication: A How-To Guide for Selecting Your Own Roommate & Room in the Residence Halls as a guide (from pages 1-6) to complete the process. Once you have completed your contract, profile, and optional roommate selection, the living learning community and Housing Operations staff will work together to place you in a room on the USP living learning community floor.
If you need assistance with the housing selection process, please do not hesitate to contact email@example.com.