Living Learning Communities

Live. Learn. Grow.

Designing your college experience starts now! All first year students belong to a living learning or theme housing community. Living learning communities are college or academic-based and help you make friends in your major, get to know faculty, and help you achieve academic success. Theme housing offers opportunities to explore campus involvement and leadership but is not related to a specific college or major. Marshall has the following living learning communities and theme housing options for you to choose from:

LLC / Location Description
Honors College
Location: First Year Residence Halls, Honors Residential College at Willis Hall
Engage in social and intellectual events outside of the classroom with faculty and other Honors College students.
College of Business
Location: First Year Residence Halls, Twin Towers West
Begin to build your professional business network, interact with COB faculty and staff through programs and activities, and study for introductory business courses with residence hall peers.
College of Science
Location: First Year Residence Halls, Twin Towers West
Join a community of students enrolled in biology, chemistry, and physics courses. Attend special programs and activities hosted by COS faculty and staff, and find support outside of the classroom for challenging coursework.
College of Health Professions
Location:  Wellman Hall
Immerse yourself in a community of students pursuing a career in the health professions. Develop relationships with COHP faculty and staff at residence hall programs and activities and connect with peers to enhance your learning experience.
Student Support Services
Location: First Year Residence Halls
Transition into college by joining this LLC to help you develop academic support outside the classroom. Students in this LLC are enrolled in shared coursework. The LLC is offered in partnership with Student Support Services, a TRiO program, and is open to income-eligible, first-generation students and students with disabilities.
College of Education
Location: Twin Towers West
Join this LLC to explore the many facets of a career in education. Similar schedules and shared courses offer opportunities for study group formation and support. Interact of COEPD faculty through special program.
Global Connections
Location: Twin Towers West
Join a community that explores differences and similarities of students from all over the world. Gain a new friend through a conversation partner. Participate in a fall retreat and other programs to practice your communication skills and learn more about your own culture and others. Open to all majors.
Theme Housing / Location Description
Marshall Maniacs
Location: First Year Residence Halls
Get involved in a community interested in spreading Marshall spirit. Learn about Marshall University’s rich history and traditions while supporting athletic events and activities.
Greek Life
Location: Haymaker Hall
Build connections and develop your leadership skills as a member of the Greek Life LLC which is offered in partnership with the Fraternity and Sorority Life office.