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Living-Learning Communities

Our Living-Learning Communities (LLCs) are residential programs open to students living on campus. LLC students live together and enroll in two to three common courses with dedicated faculty mentors teaching one of the courses. Faculty involved with these communities are in the residence halls several times throughout the semester hosting academically enriched experiences for their LLC students.

See a community you are interested in? Click on their name to learn more about the community and their program.

LLCs for your Major:
Open to students declared in a major or considering a major/related major

Communication Studies

Computer Science

The Humanities



The Social Sciences


LLCs for Any Major:
Open to students with any major interested in the academic topic of the community

Exploratory Studies: Explore potential majors and areas of interest.

First-Year Experience (FYE): FYE is open to all first-year students and fosters a close-knit community for students to share and to grow together in leadership.

Global Village: Open to first-year students enrolled in Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, or Spanish courses. Students will have an immersion experience exploring language and culture right where they live.

Make a Difference House (MADH): MADH is designed to help UNCG students become active citizens through service-learning, volunteering, and personal responsibility.

Mosaic: Mosaic is open to students interested in expanding their understanding of social justice, multiculturalism, and global citizenship.

Spartan Sport & Society: Explore the impact of sports in society.

Spartan Wellness: The Spartan Wellness Community is designed for first-year students who would like to develop and practice healthy habits in support of their overall personal wellness and academic success.

Transfer Spartan: Open to all transfer students, explore all that UNCG has to offer.

The Office of Learning Communities reserves the right to change or cancel Living-Learning Community offerings at anytime due, but not limited to, low enrollment.