Stevens’ Living Learning Communities bring together students who share the same identities, passions, or interests. 

Students at Lor-el centerThe Office of Residential Education is excited to offer 3 living learning communities to the Stevens residential experience!  In addition to the Lore-El Center for Women, there are 2 first-year living learning communties: First Generation Scholars, or 1GS, and Women in Math, Science, and Engineering, or WiMSE.

Applying a for Living Learning Community 

Please note that the application process for living learning communities is a separate part of the standard housing application. Applications for these communities are available during the housing selection period.

For more information, please contact the office of Residential Education  at [email protected]

Explore Living Learning Communities

Stevens’ Living Learning Communities  bring together students who share the same passions and interests. 

The Lore-El House at Stevens Institute of Technology

The Lore-El Center for Women's Leadership

Located at 802 Castle Point Terrace, the Lore-El Center for Leadership living-learning community (LLC) provides the opportunity for upperclassmen, female identifying and non-binary students to live together in a supportive residential community. Members of Lore-El benefit from interactions with peers facing similar opportunities and challenges, academically, socially, and professionally. Lore-El offers its residents faculty interaction, academic support, and an inclusive, welcoming community with other students in STEM. 

Lore-El Center

First Generation Scholars

The First Gen Scholars (1GS) living-learning community in Humphreys Hall provides a residential experience designed to support first year, first generation college students, in partnership with faculty, staff, and peers to navigate through the academic and social transition to Stevens.   The 1GSLLC provides a unique opportunity for first generation college students to connect on a deeper level with their peers to promote academic success, increase campus involvement, and develop an enhanced sense of belonging.  

Women in Math, Science, and Engineering

The Women in Math, Science, and Engineering (WiMSE) living-learning community in Davis Hall provides the opportunity for first-year, female identifying and non-binary students to live together in a supportive residential community.  Members of WiMSE benefit from interactions with peers facing similar opportunities and challenges, academically, socially and professionally.  WiMSE offers its residents faculty interaction, academic support, and an inclusive, welcoming community with other students in STEM.