Living Learning Communities

Students live with other students from the same academic program, making it easy to form study groups or project teams. 

Living Learning Communities (LLCs) are available to students who are enrolled in the colleges, schools, and programs listed below. Each community is assigned to a specific area in a residence hall and organize their own social and academic activities, from informal gatherings to lecture series.

Interested students may complete an application for their LLC in their housing application by Monday, June 10. LLC applications are reviewed by the respective advisor. The respective college/school will communicate with you regarding your acceptance status to their program no later than June 11. Please note, the deadline to withdraw from an LLC after acceptance is June 14.

Please note that with the exception of the Honors Community and Neurodiverse-Friendly Housing, only first-year students can apply to live in an LLC.

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Biomedical Engineering Living Learning Community

The Biomedical Engineering Living Learning Community is located in Millennium Hall. For more information about this program, please contact Undergraduate Student Advisor Elise Bryers at


Civic Engagement Living Learning Community

Civic Engagement is "working to make a difference in community life through collective, public problem solving." The Civic Engagement Living Learning Community (CE-LLC) is a home for students who are passionate about creating a more just world and who would like to further their understanding of social issues, engage in community service and relationship-building, and reflect on their experiences and motivations together with other civically-minded students. In Fall term, CE-LLC members will take CIVC 101 (Introduction to Civic Engagement, a required freshman course) together. Beyond fall term, members of the CE-LLC will build on their CIVC 101 education, engagement, and community building with group attendance at campus events related to social issues and justice, service activities, and engagement with peer mentors and the professional staff of Drexel's Lindy Center for Civic Engagement. Students should expect to spend about 10 hours each term on CE-LLC programming and participation in the CE-LLC will position students to continue a path of civic engagement and leadership at Drexel by introducing them to academic programs, engagement tools, and peer mentorship opportunities.   

The CE-LLC is coordinated by the Lindy Center for Civic Engagement with support from community-engaged faculty and students, campus and community partners, and CE-LLC mentors. Questions about the CE-LLC can be directed to Cara Scharf, Associate Director of Civic Learning, in the Lindy Center for Civic Engagement at


College of Computing & Informatics Living Learning Community

The College of Computing & Informatics (CCI) Living Learning Community (LLC) provides first-year CCI students the opportunity to live and work among like-minded peers. The CCI LLC engages with the college’s Peer Mentors, who regularly hold events or initiatives in the hall designed to help students get to know each other and build community. The CCI LLC is located in Millennium Hall. Please direct questions to CCI LLC Coordinator Will Ahern at

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College of Nursing & Health Professions Living Learning Community

Through a close partnership with the College of Nursing and Health Professions, the Living Learning Community focuses on helping students like you succeed personally and academically. During specialized activities, you will gain connections to faculty, advisors, and alumni from the College outside of the classroom. You can participate in specially designed events that enhance your understanding of current trends and topics related to nursing and health professions. Furthermore, living in a small community with other students taking the same classes as you will make it easier to form study groups and focus on succeeding academically. Overall, the Living Learning Community provides students with the opportunity for academic support, career exploration, and integrated social experiences. The College of Nursing and Health Professions Living Learning Community will be located in Millennium Hall. Questions about the program should be directed to Undergraduate Nursing Manager Shannon Edwards at and Academic Advisor for Health Professions Hannah Anderson

Engineering Living Learning Community

The College of Engineering Living Learning Communities (ELC)  provides a unique living and learning opportunity for first-year engineering students by offering a collaborative environment where students come together with peers and upper-level students to learn, socialize, and support one another. As members of the ELC, all students live in Millennium Hall, take a first-year seminar course (UNIV E101) together, and have the opportunity to connect with upper-level peer mentors. Please direct all questions about the program to ELC Program Director Tom Hindman at


First-Year Exploratory Studies Living Learning Community

The First-Year Exploratory Studies (FYES) Living Learning Community, located in Millennium Hall, is available to all incoming FYES students. Along with the academic benefits of having study groups organized right at your front door, its also a great way to form long-lasting friendships. Once you have confirmed your enrollment at Drexel University, you can elect to join the FYES Learning Community in your housing application. We will accept all applications until all spaces are filled. Questions about the program can be directed to the Director of Student Services Marna Mozeff at

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Honors Living Learning Community

The Honors Living-Learning Community will be housed in Bentley Hall and provides quality programming to students within the Pennoni Honors College including Honors Program, STAR Scholars, and Custom-Designed major students. While first-year students outside of the Pennoni Honors College are welcome to apply for the Honors Living-Learning Community, priority will be given to students who are PHC affiliated.  

Students in this community will receive access to specialized programming and social events and will benefit from living with other engaged and academically focused students from all different majors and colleges. Students with questions about this learning community should contact Julia Wisniewski, associate director, Honors Program at

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Liberty Scholars Living Learning Community

Students enrolled in the Liberty Scholars program should select "Liberty Scholars LLC" on their housing application. Students will then have an opportunity to participate in roommate matching and room self selection with other students in the program. The Liberty Scholars Living Learning Community is located in the Millennium Hall. For more information about this program, visit the Liberty Scholars pageor contact Bernetta McCall-Millonde, director, Diversity Initiatives and Community Relations, at

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Bennett S. LeBow College of Business Living Learning Community

The LeBow College of Business Living Learning Community (BLC), housed in Millennium Hall, is designed to ease transition to university life, enhance student academic performance, provide opportunities for student engagement and networking, and improve the overall student experience. Ambitious and high-achieving students with leadership acumen and an interest in mixing social activities with professional opportunities will find a built-in community of learners, as well as a current and future professional network. Students in the BLC not only live together, they also take many first-year classes together. This learning community is open to all students studying business and/or economics. For more information about this program, please contact Christian Maxey at


The Neurodiverse-Friendly Living Learning Community 

The Neurodiverse-Friendly LLC is a welcoming community for undergraduate neurodivergent and neurotypical students to live together with a few additional supports.  Students in this community will have access to a calmer early move-in process, specially trained resident assistants, structured and unstructured social events, a dedicated wellness space, and much more. The Neurodiverse-Friendly LLC is located in Race Hall.  While encouraged, it is not required for students to be enrolled in the Center for Autism and Neurodiversity to live in the LLC. (Please note that this LLC is not supportive housing, assisted living, or segregated housing). Visit Center for Autism and Neurodiversity or email for more information.

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