A Living Learning Community (LLC) is a group of people who traditionally live on the same residence hall and share a similar academic or personal interest. LLC’s at UNC Asheville offer students the opportunity to engage in an intentional community experience with like-minded individuals. Students involved in LLC’s will have the chance to live, study, and participate in programming that is specifically based on their joint interests. Additionally, all participants of an LLC will share in a curricular connection with their hall mates, which may include, but is not limited to, a joint class or workshop series.
Research shows that students who participate in LLC’s tend to have higher rates of student involvement outside of the classroom, increased academic achievement, increased academic and social support networks, and higher rates of retention.
How To Apply to an LLC
You can apply to an LLC via your housing application. The housing application can be found through OnePort in the Housing Portal. If you’re having difficulty or have questions about the application, please contact us at email@example.com or 828.251.6700.
Gen 1 LLC
Designed for new first-generation college students, Gen 1 aims to ease the transition into college.
For first-year and upperclassmen Atmospheric Science and Computer Science majors.
For prospective and established engineering students; offers skills labs, field trips, tutoring, and more.
For students interested in learning about social issues and exploring their personal responsibility in identifying and addressing social injustices in the world.
Designed to help transfer students lean into their time on campus, further their personal development, and create community.
THRIVE: First-year Transition LLC
For first-year students looking for a socially supportive environment to help in a healthy and successful transition to college life.
For first-year students of color and others interested in racial justice, cross-cultural collaboration, and intercultural exchange.
For first-year and upperclassmen students who aim to know and appreciate various indigenous cultures of the world.