Living Learning Community (LLC) Houses

Pick your house. Discover your Herd.

Designing your college experience starts now! Students can opt to live in an Interest-based Living learning Community (LLC) House. LLC Houses are spaces that foster integrated learning, provide opportunity for personal growth and development, promote social responsibility, and help students to become #OneOfTheHerd.

Interested in growing as a leader and find organizations and mentors to get involved with? We have got an LLC House for you! Interested in getting an advanced degree in dentistry, medicine, or pharmacy and looking to live by students who you can build study groups with? We’ve got an LLC House for you! Interested in living by your fellow gamers? We’ve got an LLC House for you!

Marshall University has the following Living learning Community (LLC) Houses options for you to choose from:

LLC House/Location Description
Location:

First Year Residence Hall-North

Art & Music House will provide students the opportunity to engage with a community of students also interested in Art & Music. This House will be open to all students and does not require a specific major or program of study to join. Members of this house will help their Resident Advisor (RA) determine the specific focus each year based on what they are interested in experiencing, learning about, and engaging in.
Location:

First Year Residence Hall-South

Business House will provide students the opportunity to explore the business world through a partnership with the College of Business (COB). This House is open to all Business and any non-Business majors. Members of this house will have an interest in deepening their professional business network, learning from the College of Business (COB) faculty, staff, and partners or developing their business knowledge base.
Location:

First Year Residence Hall-North

Outdoor Adventures House will provide students the opportunity to explore the wild and wonderful state of West Virginia. This house is open to all students who are looking to get their feet dirty and dig into the state’s rich history, explore hidden treasures and learn about the Appalachian culture.
Location:

First Year Residence Hall-North

Gaming Interest House will provide an opportunity for residents to build a virtual community for everyone to play their favorite games be it on a table or online. Whether you’re a pro or casual gamer, this house is a place for you! When you first move in, you’ll be sent a survey where you’ll establish what genre’s of gaming you’re interested in and added to the MU Gaming Interest House Discord server.
Honors House BadgeLocation:

First Year Residence Hall-South

Honors House will provide an experiential and collaborative learning opportunity for residents to create purposeful links between academic, residential, and social components of the college experience. This House is open to all students who have been accepted into the Honors College at Marshall University.
Location:

First Year Residence Hall-North

Movies Interest House will provide students the opportunity to engage with a community of students also enjoy movies. This House will be open to all students and does not require a specific major or program of study to join. Members of this house will help their Resident Advisor (RA) determine the specific focus each year based on what they are interested in experiencing, learning about, and engaging in.
Location:

First Year Residence Hall-South

Pre-Health Science House will provide students the opportunity to engage with a community
of other students pursuing advanced degrees in the following concentrations: Dentistry Medicine, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant, and Veterinary studies. Pre-Health Science House members can form study groups, share common core science classes and develop a support system of faculty, staff and peers.
Location:

First Year Residence Hall-South

Pre-Pharmacy House will provide students the opportunity to engage with a community
of other students pursuing an advanced degree in the Pharmacy field. Pre-Pharmacy House members can form study groups, share common core science classes and develop a support system of faculty, staff and peers through a partnership with the School of Pharmacy.
Location:

First Year Residence Hall-South

Science Interest House is a community who share interests in the Science field whether you are in the College of Science or just like a little Forensic Science, Criminal Justice or Chemistry on the side of their English degree, this is the place for you! Members of Science House will get the opportunity to learn about science in practice as well as form study groups and perhaps even get a tour of the on-campus Crime Scene House or get to try homemade nitrogen Ice Cream.
Location:

First Year Residence Hall-North

Student Leadership House is a community of doers. If you’re looking to advance your develop your potential as a leaders, grow and hone in on what makes you a leader or learn about other opportunities to lead, this is the house for you!
Location:

First Year Residence Hall-South

Student Support Services (SSS) House helps support your personal and academic development and tools to navigate campus. This House will have shared academic classes for its members. Students in this House are participants in the TRIO program at Marshall University, which is income-eligible for first-generation college students.
LLC House/Location Description
Location:

Twin Towers West- 8th Floor

Business House will provide students the opportunity to explore the business world through a partnership with the College of Business (COB). This House is open to all Business and any non-Business majors. Members of this house will have an interest in deepening their professional business network, learning from the College of Business (COB) faculty, staff, and partners or developing their business knowledge base.

Location:

Twin Towers East- 11th Floor

Cultural Immersion House focuses on fostering intercultural understanding, dialogue, and friendships. This house is open to all students and seeks to pair international and domestic students as roommates. Students in this community will have a unique opportunity to engage in programs and events that facilitate an increased awareness about cultural differences and world events.

Location:

Twin Towers East- 10th Floor & Twin Towers West- 9th Floor

Gaming Interest House will provide an opportunity for residents to build a virtual community for everyone to play their favorite games be it on a table or online. Whether you’re a pro or casual gamer, this house is a place for you! When you first move in, you’ll be sent a survey where you’ll establish what genre’s of gaming you’re interested in and added to the MU Gaming Interest House Discord server.

Location:

Twin Towers East- 7th Floor & Twin Towers West- 6th Floor

Safe Space House is ideal for students wanting to embrace diversity in a safe and affirming environment that brings together LGBTQ+ students and allies on a gender-neutral floor to freely explore issues of gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, and the intersection of those while advocating for awareness and social justice.

Location:

Twin Towers East- 8th Floor

Science Interest House is a community who share interests in the Science field whether you are in the College of Science or just like a little Forensic Science, Criminal Justice or Chemistry on the side of their English degree, this is the place for you! Members of Science House will get the opportunity to learn about science in practice as well as form study groups and perhaps even get a tour of the on-campus Crime Scene House or get to try homemade nitrogen Ice Cream.

Location:

Twin Towers East- 9th Floor

Student Leadership House is a community of doers. If you’re looking to advance your develop your potential as a leaders, grow and hone in on what makes you a leader or learn about other opportunities to lead, this is the house for you!

Location:

Twin Towers West- 7th Floor

Student Support Services (SSS) House helps support your personal and academic development and tools to navigate campus. This House will have shared academic classes for its members. Students in this House are participants in the TRIO program at Marshall University, which is income-eligible for first-generation college students.

Location:

Buskirk- 2nd Floor

Women’s Empowerment House is a supportive, inclusive community for women looking to learn and grow together in an academically and socially rich environment. This floor will focus on empowering women to dream bigger and give them a space to cultivate their individual and collective strengths.

Location:

Buskirk- 4th Floor

Women in STEM House provides women in science, technology, computer engineering or math with the opportunity to live in a supportive residential community. Students living in this community can engage in networking opportunities and events that help women develop a support system of STEM majors/minors.
Honors House BadgeLocation:

Willis Hall

Honors House will provide an experiential and collaborative learning opportunity for residents to create purposeful links between academic, residential, and social components of the college experience. This House is open to all students who have been accepted into the Honors College at Marshall University.