Residence Life

  • Living-Learning Communities

    Consider applying to be a part of one of Worcester State University’s living-learning communities, which connect students with a shared interest in academics, culture, leadership, and service in organized living arrangements. Undergraduate students who live together in a living-learning community participate in academic and extracurricular programming. LLCs are supported by academic departments and offices across campus, and are housed in multiple areas of our residential community.

    Beyond just living together, students enrolled in LLCs are offered co-curricular programming in the residence hall and shared common coursework or first-year seminars. The residence hall programming helps with students’ development and transition to WSU while also supporting each LLC’s mission and purpose.

    Living Learning Communities  

    • A.I.D.: A community for students who have been accepted as a member of the Alternatives for Individual Development Academy through the Multicultural Affairs Office.
    • CLEWS: A community for students who are interested in community service and leadership.
    • Communication Sciences and Disorders: A community for students who are majoring in communication sciences and disorders.
    • Eco-House: A community for students who are interested in sustainability and green living.
    • Honors: A community for students who have been accepted as a member of WSU’s Honors Program.
    • Nursing: A community for students who are majoring in nursing.
    • Occupational Therapy: A community for students who are majoring in occupational therapy.
    • Visual and Performing Arts: A community for students interested in art, music, and theater.