Any Lewis & Clark undergraduate student is eligible to apply to live in an LLC.
Don’t have a background in the LLC you would like to apply to? That’s okay - enthusiastic curiosity goes a long way! LLCs are a way for residents to gather to learn about new things and share knowledge with each other. In your application, please tell us what you hope to gain from your LLC experience and what makes you excited about the LLC.
Specific requirements pertain to Travel Lounge & Career Planning LLCs.
Submit your application via our common LLC application If you have questions about any of our LLCs or the application process, please email@example.com more information.
Please fill out the common LLC application and indicate for each community for which you want to be considered for. You will be asked to rank them by priority. Campus Living staff review applications for continuing students in X and new students in X. Continuing students will be notified of their application status April 11th, and can select their housing placement during room selection from communities where they have been accepted. New students will be placed according to priority and space.
Continuing residents are an important part of our LLC communities and provide valuable mentorship and support to our first-time LLC residents. If you are interested in living in your LLC another year you will apply via the common application and share why you would like to return.
During this next academic year, due to Stewart and Odell halls being offline for Spring 2023, students studying abroad will not be able to be assigned into our learning communities. During Fall we will be partnering with the Office of Overseas & Off-Campus Programs to pilot a new, and uniquely L&C, pre-travel Living Learning Community in Stewart and Odell where Spring study abroad students will be living. This new LLC, tentatively called the Travel Lounge, will focus on pre-travel orientation, developing intercultural capacity, and connecting with others who will be traveling to similar regions.
Some LLCs have single rooms, however each host facilities is different and so availability will vary. Please firstname.lastname@example.org express your interest in this option. If you are in need of a single room accommodation you will need to contact the Office of Student Accessibility email@example.com.
Yes - anyone with an interest in language learning, travel, and cultural exchange is welcome to apply and live in the Global Village LLC.
There is no additional financial commitment necessary to live in an LLC. There are some additional programmatic opportunities that may involve an additional financial commitment (such as a trip off campus or a workshop at the Platteau), however these are optional, and scholarships may be available.
LLCs offer many valuable learning opportunities, resident collaborations, and other perks to residents. You will have a team of student staff dedicated to offering events and programmatic opportunities for your LLC. Some LLCs, such as VAPA, have physical spaces that foster the LLC theme such as the Platteau Student Art Center. LLC residents enjoy increased contact with faculty and staff of interest and have experiences that complement their classroom learning.
If you are part of a student group and want to connect with an LLC, please contact the Area Director that oversees the LLC you are interested in working with.
Although there are no formal leadership positions in LLCs, we invite any residents of LLCs to connect with their RAs to help plan and execute events!
You and your roommate are both welcome to apply to the LLC. Continuing students can opt into a room together during room selection, and new students can indicate on their housing application that they would like to live with a specific person.
So long as they have also applied and been accepted to live in the LLC, this is definitely possible!
Continuing students will be notified of an LLC offer and be asked to confirm their acceptance of the space before Room Selection in mid-April. New students will find out when they receive their housing and roommate assignments at the end of July.
Continuing students can select a room through the room selection process, and new students will be assigned in advance of their arrival.
Campus Living is located in room 112 of Roberts Hall on the Undergraduate Campus. MSC: 132