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Living-Learning Communities (LLCs)
A living-learning community (LLC) is a group of students with shared interests, living and taking one of their classes together in residence hall space reserved exclusively for them. Most LLCs occupy just one floor or wing and house 25 to 45 first-year students.
If you can appreciate the academic advantages of connecting with other successful students and award-winning faculty during your first year of college, there’s an LLC for you, regardless of your major.
|Connection||Community||Eligible First-Year Students|
not limited by major or career goal
|Bryan Hall Learning Community||Students inspired by “curiosity and the desire to learn”|
|Social Justice Learning Community||Students interested in social justice, community service, activism and leadership|
|Social Science and Public Affairs Learning Community||Students interested in understanding and impacting society|
|Career Goal||Pre-Health Professions Learning Community||Students in any major who are interested in health-related careers|
|Major||Music Living-Learning Center||Music majors|
|Nursing Learning Community||Nursing majors|
|Women in Math, Science and Engineering (WIMSE)||Women majoring in math, science or engineering|
Hear about LLC life from two students who’ve experienced it firsthand: In this February 2013 interview for WFSU-TV, President Eric Barron and Issues in Education host Suzanne Smith discuss LLCs with Dr. Bill Parker of the Bryan Hall Learning Community and students Khloe Greenwood and Kaue Tozzi.
Interested? Once you’re admitted to FSU, apply for Fall/Spring housing as soon as possible, then apply separately for as many LLCs as you want. Before applying, use the links above to explore what each LLC offers. LLC applications are expected to open in January and close in March or early April.
- Check out each LLC’s website to understand what each program requires of its residents before you apply.
- Apply to all LLCs of interest to you.
- On your housing contract, request the halls you would prefer if you are not admitted to any LLC. Hall preferences have no impact on LLC selection and assignment.