Stevens’ Living Learning Communities bring together students who share the same identities, passions, or interests.
The 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]
What is a Living Learning Community?
A Living Learning Community, or LLC, is a Residential Education initiative designed to support the academic, social, and personal needs of Stevens students as they pursue their academic goals. Students living in an LLC have the opportunity to engage in academic experiences with their peers, to interact with faculty and staff, and to enjoy the benefits of being a part of a diverse community with common scholarly and social interests and identities.
Each living learning community is a collaboration between students, faculty, and staff from across campus focused on engaging the student participants in programs and events that enhance their Stevens experience. Students will be a part of a close-knit community that supports academic success, cultivates an inclusive and supportive environment, fosters personal growth and social responsibility, and develops leaders and global citizens during their time at Stevens and beyond.