Living-Learning Communities (LLCs) are academic programs that partner with residential communities on campus. In addition to living among students in the same major, college, academic focus or program, we hold events in your community that are related to your area of interest. Living in an LLC is a great way to create strong connections with other students and build relationships with faculty and advisers in your program.


Establish friendships, explore Oregon’s landscapes


Join fellow entrepreneurs in Innovation Nation


Become integrated into the College of Engineering community

Nia Black Scholar Community

Nia offers a residential experience for students with a shared interest in centering Black people and people of the African diaspora.


Build community with curious thinkers

munk-skukum Indigenous Community

munk-skukum offers a residential space for students to find community, explore cultural identity and learn more about the lands on which they will be residing.

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Did you mean to search for Special Interest Housing communities? Special Interest Communities are built around common interests but not tied to any specific academic program. For example, these communities include ROTC, the Pride Floor, and more.