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Living-Learning Center

The Living-Learning Center is more than just a residence hall. The building integrates spaces for academic classes, study groups, faculty advising, performances, dining, and living. The Living-Learning Center, or LLC for short, is home to the DUX Bistro and conveniently located near the Student Recreation Center, University Health, Counseling and Testing Center, the Erb Memorial Union (EMU), and Carson Dining.

The LLC is a hub of social and intellectual interaction for neighboring buildings, complementing them architecturally as well as academically and socially. The central plaza dividing the complex serves as the outdoor seating area to the bistro to encourage students from all complexes to mingle, socialize, and study.

Everyone can participate in events at the LLC, but only the earliest applicants are likely to be assigned to live there.

Living-Learning Center Room Types
Enhanced Double
  • Shared by two roommates
  • Feature more usable square footage and newer furnishings
Enhanced Single
  • Feature more usable square footage newer furnishings
Two-Person Suite with Bath
  • Features shared bathroom
Triple
  • Shared by three roommates, with three sets of furniture and three internet connections
  • Most economical option
Campus Map - The LLC is located between Walton and Earl on E 15th Ave

Disclaimer

The room assignment process is designed to promote academic communities centered on particular themes or interests. Therefore, room assignments for first-year residents are based on residential freshman interest groups selections, special-interest hall selections, roommate preferences, and room rate preferences. As experienced students, returning residents have the opportunity to select rooms prior to the regular room assignment process and are the only students able to select the exact location of their rooms.

Floor plans are provided to demonstrate differences between room types. Individual rooms vary. All dimensions and square footage are approximate and should not be relied upon as representation, express or implied, of your actual assigned room. Additionally, some single rooms may come with two beds.