2016-17 Upper-Level

HOUSING REQUIREMENTS 

LLC students may only live with another student who has accepted an invitation into the same community in the designated floor/wing of the assigned residence hall. For 2016-2017 the LLCs will be located in:

Eastern Shore Hall:

  • Honors (2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th floor)

Piedmont Hall:

  • Leadership and Community Engagement (4th Floor)
  • Mindful Living (3rd Floor)
  • Outdoor Adventure (2nd Floor)
  • Environment and Sustainability (2nd Floor)

Roommate Information 

After receiving an invitation, students are encouraged to attend a 2016-2017 LLC social to meet others invited into the community. Students may then request a roommate if they accept the invitation. If students request each other as a roommates/suitemates, the request will be honored. Preferences may not be able to be honored depending on availability or other factors.

  • Read and agree to the terms of the Housing Contract

Special Accommodations 

Housing accommodations are available for students whose medical related conditions or disabilities substantially limit their housing needs. However, to be considered for such special housing, they must submit a completed Special Housing Request Form and necessary documentation to the Special Housing Request Committee within Disability Services. Submitting a Special Housing Request Form does not automatically guarantee a space in University housing


Withdrawing from a Community

Participating in a living learning community includes a student’s academic status and enrollment as well as their housing assignment and contract. Should a student choose to leave the community for any reason, the following actions (listed below) may occur.

Prior to or during the room selection process, they will:

  • Not be participate in the 2016-2017 Housing selection process
  • Meet with a representative from Living Learning Development and complete the required forms before any changes will be made to a student’s housing assignment
  • Be allowed to select a space at the end of the housing selection process

After the room selection process and prior to moving into the community, they will be:

  • Withdrawn from the course
  • Meet with a representative from Living Learning Development and complete the required forms before any changes will be made to a student’s housing assignment
  • Assigned to a new housing assignment

After they have moved into the community and/or they do not wish to continue into the Spring Semester, they will be:

  • Withdrawn from the course (if before the drop/add date)
  • Meet with the Resident Director of their residence hall and a representative from Living Learning Development and complete the required forms, before any changes will be made to a student’s housing assignment.
  • Required to move out of residence hall the community is housed in. Please note that preferences for relocation (i.e room type, building, etc.) will be considered but the availability of preferences does not supersede the relocation.