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Themed Living-Learning Communities celebrate undergraduate students who wish to live with students who are invested in co-curricular engagement outside of their major. Themed LLCs deepen campus connections, self-efficacy and broaden student engagement as they spark a sense of purpose, ignite creativity and promote collaboration.
Purposeful living and learning environments, Themed LLCs provide students the opportunity to develop and explore an area of passion or can assist with their transition into the UMass Lowell community. Themed LLCs support students through intentional programming, career exploration, networking opportunities and dedicated staff to guide students as they transition into and navigate college, while also preparing them for life after graduation.
Located in River Hawk Village
The Greek Life LLC is designed for students who are members of recognized Greek Letter organizations and for those who have an interest in learning more about the Greek community at UMass Lowell. Members from various fraternities and sororities live together to promote The Pillars of Greek Life: Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Friendship. Students will be empowered to give back to the campus, enhance the unity that comes from being part of the Greek community and become inspired to continue on as engaged alumni once their time in college has ended. With a staff advisor who is Greek and understands the complexities of the Greek experience, this LLC is a great way for students to further hone and develop their leadership skills while striving to make a difference within our community
Staff Advisor: Joanne Darrigo
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The Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) LLC is designed to support students who are involved in the ROTC program. Due to a student-led initiative, this LLC was created to bring a residential component to those who are currently enrolled in the ROTC Army and Air Force programs at UMass Lowell. Students in the ROTC LLC are part of a unique community in which they train with their peers and go through a rigorous training program, while also living together and experiencing all college has to offer together. Students will have opportunities to participate in a supportive environment that helps to foster their success within their respective program, while also engaging in experiences that promote social interaction and experiential learning such as historical site visits, team building activities and networking with alumni. This LLC is open to all students who are either enrolled in ROTC or have an interest in the program.
Staff Advisors: Captain Chris Doyle (Air Force), Senior Military Instructor Jane Thomas (Army)
Sponsored by the Air Force ROTC- Detachment 345 and the Army ROTC at UMass Lowell
Located in Fox Hall Lower
This LLC experience is designed to support members of the River Hawk Scholars Academy.
This LLC requires students to participate in a 1-Credit Course each Fall Semester.
The River Hawk Scholars LLC focuses on providing first-year, first-generation students with intentional community-building while allowing them to explore what it means to be the first in their family to complete a four-year degree. Students in this LLC will discover how to connect with campus resources, to navigate college culture, and to develop strategies for academic success. This LLC’s spirit of honoring the stories of first-generation college students is achieved by balancing academic success with holistic well-being.
This LLC experience will provide students opportunities to build and develop tangible academic and social skills that will aid them in their college journey, while also allowing them to explore their passions, their intellectual interests, their concerns and their curiosities. Students will have the opportunity to live with their peers and have access to faculty and staff members who will aid in their transitional experience over the course of the academic year.
Sponsored by the River Hawk Scholars Academy through the Office of the Provost.
emptyThe REC-IT: Fitness & Wellness LLC incorporates the elements of recreation and physical health into a living-learning experience for upper-class students that is inclusive, fun, diverse and motivational. This LLC is designed to provide students with proactive ways to manage stress, healthy eating/nutrition and physical activity through social and educational programming. With a motivational and dedicated staff advisor, students will become empowered to explore the services offered at the Campus Recreation Center, create LLC member-specific outdoor adventure opportunities and campus recreation teams and learn ways to support the development of healthier and happier lifestyles. Through experiential education, this LLC will teach upper-class students the importance of exercise and recreational activities in preparation for a productive, balanced and rewarding life.
Staff Advisor: Diana Dellogono
Sponsored by Campus Recreation
Located in Fox Hall Upper
The REC-IT: Intramural & Club Sports Living-Learning Community incorporates the elements of Campus Recreation, Intramural and Club Sports involvement along with promoting the physical health of its’ members. This living and learning experience is inclusive, fun and motivational, and is designed for First-year students. This LLC is designed to provide students with proactive ways to get engaged, build community and leadership skills, manage stress, and maintain physical activity through social and educational community-based programming.
Located at the Inn & Conference Center
The Pathways LLC is for all transfer students & Middlesex Community College (MCC) students accepted into the Reserved Placement Program. Pathways has been designed to support the seamless transition into the UMass Lowell community. Pathways LLC students will live amongst a community of engaged thinkers and hard workers who bring a diverse collection of life experiences and intellectual strengths to the university community.
Staff Advisors: Todd Borchers, Afua Serwa Addae-Adoo
Sponsored by the Centers for Learning and Academic Support Services and the Career and Co-op Center
The Advocates of Tomorrow Living-Learning Community is designed to be a close-knit community where residents can learn about social issues and embrace the different life experiences and points of view of fellow community members. This community is designed for all students and identities who are passionate about equal rights for all people and for those who aspire to become social change agents. This LLC experience is open to all class years and is sponsored by the College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences and the Office of Multicultural Affairs.
The World Passport Living-Learning Community is designed to help students discover themselves, while exploring the world around them. In collaboration with the Office of Study Abroad and International Experiences, this LLC prepares students to begin thinking about and planning a study-abroad experience, while having opportunities to explore global career pathways and learn about the cultures around them.
Connected Majors: World Languages & Cultures
Sponsored by the College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Applying to a Living-Learning Community is free and easy: