Living Learning Communities (LLC) are hall floors or breezeways that are designated to a specific group. Whether you are a first-year student looking to get involved, part of STEM, or involved in the Honors program, NKU Housing has a community of peers who will help you become engaged and involved in your campus community!
It's simple! Just select the LLC you're most interested in on your Housing Application! Living Learning Community floors are first-come-first-serve, so don't wait to apply!
Share your passion with others! Live and Learn with peers who share your passion and can help you achieve success in your Health Care field!
To be eligible for the College of Health Professions Living Learning Community, you must be seeking a degree in:
Living in this community allows you to get involved with your health care peers, as well as become more engaged with campus activities!
Remember to select the College of Health Professions Living Learning Community on your Housing Application!
For more information about the College of Health Professions (CHHS) LLC, please contact Caitlin Drouillard at email@example.com.
The NKU Honors Community is open to full-time undergraduate students who are invited into the NKU Honors Program or are the recipient of an academic scholarship.
This community of creative and academically motivated scholars wishes to develop a successful network by creating lifelong, supportive relationships through proactive and interactive programming designed specifically for student needs.
This community also provides students with the knowledge of opportunities and resources available on campus.
Have you been invited to join the NKU Honors program or are you the recipient of an academic scholarship, remember to select the NKU Honors Community on your Housing Application!
For more information about the NKU Honors LLC, please contact Dr. James Buss at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In conjunction with the Office of African American Student Initiatives, you can begin your college career with a guide to success! You will develop effective study habits and skills that can increase your potential for success while gaining exposure to valuable resources available on NKU's campus!
Select the NKU ROCKS LLC on your Housing Application!
For more information about the NKU ROCKS LLC, please contact Greg Moore at email@example.com.
NKU Housing and the School of the Arts have created a unique opportunity for SOTA students and those interested in the Arts to live in a community of their peers!
The SOTA Living Learning Community allows students to network with each other as well as with faculty and staff, participate in workshops, and participate in local events!
This community is open to students majoring in:
To join the community, simply choose the SOTA LLC on your Housing Application!
Fore more information about the SOTA LLC, please contact Candice Van Loveren Geis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
University Housing at NKU and the International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) have partnered together to create the Global Village LLC. The Global Village LLC prepares students to enter an internationally connected community. The Global Village LLC is open to all incoming international students, study abroad participants, and global focused majors.
Select the Global Living Living Learning Community on your Housing Application!
For more information about the Global Village LLC, please contact Toni Schneller at email@example.com.
The Latino Avanzando Mentorship Program (LAMP) was
created to promote and enhance the retention and academic success for
Latinx students at NKU and to build leadership skills among upperclassmen. It
is designed to foster a sense of community for Latino/a/x students at NKU with
a support system comprised of fellow students, faculty, staff with the purpose
of enhancing retention, encouraging career exploration, post-graduation
readiness, and cultural competencies. The ultimate goal of LAMP is to help
students achieve academic success at Northern Kentucky University and beyond.
*Please keep in mind that you don't have to belong to a specific ethnic
group/minority to participate. The program is devoted to the success of all NKU
Are you interested in learning more about LAMP? Contact Priscilla Ayala at firstname.lastname@example.org.