Living and Learning Communities
Living and Learning Communities (LLCs) are available each year for Fairfield's undergraduate students. In addition to traditional residence hall options, the LLCs aim to transform the entire Fairfield University culture - involving faculty, administrators, students, and staff. The LLCs create a multicultural community across campus, building on the Fairfield University strategic vision of integrating learning through a variety of intentional community housing programs.
Take a look below to see which Living and Learning Communities are available throughout your years at Fairfield. Participation for all is voluntary.
First-year students have several living and learning communities to choose from:
- Healthy Living
- Leadership Through Service
- Man 2 Man
- Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (WiSTEM)
Application process begins November 15, 2012 and ends February 28, 2013.
Sophomores can choose one of three residential college experiences. These communities provide integrated living and learning environments that examine the question of vocation from a variety of lenses.
- Creative Life Residential College
- Ignatian Residential College
- Service for Justice Residential College
Each residential college provides
- An intentional community
- Specialized core courses
- Integrative seminars
- Mentoring programs
- Retreats and related events
Visit our Residential Colleges FAQs page to learn more. These opportunities help our sophomore students reap the benefits of an integrated and diverse Fairfield community experience.
Apply now to one of the Residential Colleges.
Juniors and seniors identify a theme that benefits our campus community in a positive way, and then educates the University community about their theme. Apply Now.