A Unique Opportunity for Campus Residents

A Living Learning Community (LLC) is a group of students who choose to live together to enjoy a built-in support system of mentoring, networking, and an overall enhanced sense of community. LLC students also get a jump start in creating connections within their academic college. Research shows that students in LLCs feel connected earlier, make friends more easily, perform better in classes, and graduate at higher rates than students who choose not to live in LLCs.

Living Learning Communities offer unique opportunities for campus residents. At Wichita StateLLC logo University, we offer several types of living learning communities so you can choose the best fit for you. Please use the links below to learn more about each community we offer.

Business College of Applied Studies Engineering Fine Arts                                    Health Professions Honors Liberal Arts and Sciences

How do I sign up to live in an LLC?

To apply for a Living Learning Community, be sure to list your community preference on your housing application. Students are placed in LLCs based on preference and availability. In order for your Living Learning Community application to be officially submitted, you must agree to all program requirements of the Living Learning Community and pay a $30 annual membership fee. The membership fee covers LLC related events and iniatives throughout the year.


Overall LLC Goals:

  • Develop a sense of belonging at Wichita State University
  • Provide a space for purposeful engagement amongst faculty and staff beyond the classroom
  • Build a community of peers to help with academic and social adjustment to college life


Have Questions about LLCs? Please Contact Us!

Assistant Director of Educational Engagement Chris Wiebe

316-978-7749 or at christopher.wiebe@wichita.edu