Housing Programs


Living Learning Communities

A Living Learning Community, or LLC, allows on-campus students to live alongside others who share their interests and participate in monthly activities that promote academic and personal success. These communities are offered to incoming first-year students.

Find the Right LLC for You


University Housing staff offer a number of free events each year that promote academic success, personal development and multicultural competence. These events are designed to be fun for students and build on the skills needed for success in life.

Learn Skills for Success

Lead Hogs

Lead Hogs is a program for students interested in learning about leadership and involvement opportunities on campus. Students get plugged in immediately to explore their interests in student organizations and with campus partners.

Become a Campus Leader

Global Series

Students from all around the world present on all aspects of their culture and prepare a traditional snack from their country for everyone at the event to taste! This is an ongoing event on Wednesday evenings at 8 pm in the Holcombe Living Room.

Learn About International Cultures

Adopt A Prof

The Adopt A Prof programs brings together faculty and students in a manner that enhances both the residential and academic experiences.

Learn about Adopt A Prof

Student Organizations


No Woman Left Behind

No Woman Left Behind (NWLB) is a bystander intervention program created by women for women and the men who care about them. It was established to educate communities about sexual assault and reinforce positive and supportive images of woman.

Advocate for Women on Campus

National Residence Hall Honorary

National Residence Hall Honorary, or NRHH focuses on service and recognition through a variety of service projects and the “Of the Month” (OTM) award program. On-campus students may be initiated after their first semester but anyone can participate.

Participate in NRHH

Residents Interhall Congress

The Residents’ Interhall Congress (RIC) is to help develop residence hall policies, procedures, programs and facilities to best serve the interests of students living on campus. This governance group is open to all residential students.

Get Involved with Campus Governance