Living Learning Communities

Business Community

The Business Living-Learning Community is located in Stephenson Hall, which is only a few short steps from the Eberly College of Business. In this community, students are encouraged to collaborate as tomorrow's future leaders, discussing diverse perspectives to challenge their own understanding.

LLC Highlights


  • Work directly with the faculty in the Eberly College of Business.
  • Discuss current events as they affect the global economy and business market
  • Access information regarding internship opportunities.
  • Participate in programs to develop your interview skills.
  • Gain practical insight into the world from successful business professionals.
  • Access to resources within the Business Resource Room, including textbooks, articles, and periodicals.
  • Live in a community housing over 100 other students studying within the Eberly College of Business.

Resource Rooms

Business Partners

Terry Appolonia

Assistant Dean, Eberly College of Business

Joseph Rosendale

Assistant Professor, Department of Management

Veronica Paz

Associate Professor, Department of Accounting

Robert Buchanan

Associate Professor, Department of Management



Cook Honors College Community

Cook Honors College logo

The Cook Honors College Living-Learning Community for returning honors students is located in Northern Suites. This LLC is right next door to Whitmyre Hall to give you easy access to the shared spaces you loved as a first-year student, while still giving you all the advantages of suite-style living.

LLC Highlights

  • Stop in Whitmyre to play the baby grand piano, bake in the shared kitchen, or study in the Great Hall, classrooms, and lounge areas.
  • Pick the suite style you want in Northernfrom one with a private bedroom to one shared with friends.
  • Enjoy the convenience of bathrooms in each suite instead of down the hall.
  • Kitchenettes in each suite come in handy for a quick breakfast or late-night snack.
  • The Honors College Living-Learning Community in Northern Suites is open to all Cook Honors College students except freshmen. (Honors College students must live in Whitmyre Hall their first year.)

Cook Honors College

Cook Honors College is a university-wide honors program that includes undergraduate students of all majors. Its goal is to provide a unique educational environment in which students of high ability and motivation can achieve their potential in a nurturing learning community of fellow students and professors.

The Honors College program is designed to integrate courses, build an appreciation for multiple perspectives on important issues, and give students common learning experiences. It brings its community of scholars together with shared academic experiences, off-campus trips, and events. Community service is strongly woven into the four-year experience.

Cook Honors College Partners

Chauna Craig

Acting Director, Cook Honors College

Kevin Berezansky


Associate Director, Cook Honors College




LGBTQIA+ Support Logo

The LGBTQIA+ Community is located in Wallwork Hall. Please connect with Tedd Cogar ( or to sign up for a space.

LLC Highlights

This intentional community is connected with LGBTQIA+ Support.

Resource Room list


LGBTQIA+ Community Partners

Tedd Cogar

Senior Assessment Coordinator and LGBTQIA Support

Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement, Elkin Hall



Promising Scholars Community

The Promising Scholars Living-Learning Community is located in Ruddock Hall. This community is for students who are a part of the Promising Scholars program. These students are strongly encouraged to sign up for the community to enjoy its many benefits.


LLC Highlights

  • Get connected with peers quickly
  • Bond with your professors in and outside the classroom
  • Live in a residence hall that is close to everything on campus
  • Attend more fun social and academic activities
  • Connect with the university at large
  • You can still select your own roommate(s)

Resource rooms

Promising Scholars Partners

Erin Colin

Assistant Professor
Department of History

Jeremy Risinger

Student Success Specialist
University College