Housing and Residence Life at Augusta University recognizes that college students learn both in and out of the classroom and actively collaborates with our academic partners and other student success partners to complement the classroom experience. Through Living Learning Communities (LLCs), we offer students a dynamic residential experience consisting of specialized programming, interactions with Augusta University faculty and staff, and a supportive community that focuses on student success.
Living Learning Communities at Augusta University provide students in specific majors or interest areas with outstanding out-of-class co-curricular and residential experiences which result in a learning-based peer group that affords participants with additional faculty/staff interaction and collaboration with students who share academic interests and career goals. Students within the community are placed on a common floor with staff members who have been specially selected to work with the residential learning community. Additionally, faculty work together with the residence hall staff to use the facility as a setting for co-curricular and social programming based on the content of the community's major/interest area.
Housing and Residence Life is excited to offer new and innovative Living Learning Communities (LLCs) for Augusta University students. These LLCs are comprised of academic and interest-based specific communities. Click below for additional details.
The Arts Incubator—an LLC offered through the Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences—is a supportive, arts-enriched, residential learning experience that is open to all incoming first year students who want to live on campus.
Science & Math
The Science & Math LLC – an LLC offered through the College of Science & Mathematics is designed to provide a supportive residential learning opportunity open to incoming first year students who want to live on campus.
The Health Trax LLC fosters academic and social success for sophomores and juniors interested in pursuing a career as a health care provider or health care professional. It provides participants an opportunity to connect with other students that are interested in similar career paths in an interactive learning dialogue and discussion.
Only students who have signed a housing contract for the 2018-2019 academic year will be considered for LLC Selection.
*Why should I live in an LLC?*
LLCs are an ideal way to make friends with peers who have similar interests. Research shows that, compared to non LLC participants, students who participate in an LLC have
LLC Participants also enjoy considerable benefits such as the following:
*How much does an LLC cost? Are there any additional requirements?*
There is no additional cost for a Living Learning Community. However, some LLCs require students to register for specific classes, class sections, or outside of the classroom activities; please refer to the individual LLC pages for additional requirements
*What happens if I am not selected for an LLC?*
Students not selected for an LLC, whether incoming first-year or upperclass, have the opportunity to continue general room selection with all other students.