Living Learning Communities

LLCs are designed to offer students who share common educational, social, or extracurricular interests the opportunity to live together in one of the residence halls. Residents who live in their requested Living Learning Community will explore their passions with a cohort of students who share similar interests/experiences. Each LLC will have an LLC Partner comprised of either a faculty/staff member or department sponsor to assist with programming efforts for that community. We are offering 6 LLC options for 2016-2017 and their descriptions are provided below

How to Apply:

Current Students:

To apply for an LLC, students can fill out the Living Learning Community Housing Agreement via their MyHousing page. Applications are due on March 10th, 2017. LLC Decisions are emailed March 20th, 2017 and selection will take place March 27th, 2017. It is important to note that LLCs will select housing before the general selection process.

New Students:

To apply for an LLC, new students can fill out the Living Learning Community Housing Agreement via their MyHousing page. Applications are also due on March 10th, 2017.  New students will receive additional information via their Westfield email account in April.

If you have any questions regarding LLCs, simply email




Emerging Leaders Logo
Emerging Leaders: First year students pursuing leadership opportunities, leadership programs on campus, or who have previous leadership experience.



GGlobal Awarenesslobal Awareness: Students passionate about traveling, languages, and/or global experiences (study abroad, national student exchange, DC Program, Disney Exchange, International Program students or other travel experiences).


Honors Program

Honors Program: Students currently enrolled in the Honors Program.






LGBTQIA LogoLGBTQIA: A community designed to support students who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer, or gender non-conforming, or as allies to these groups.



Paving The Way LogoPaving the Way: First-year, transfer, and first-generation  students with an interest in receiving additional programming and resources from departments including but not limited to Urban Education and TRiO.


Quiet Living: A community for students looking for an environment focused on enabling them to complete their work without disturbance where they live.