Combining academic experiences with residential living is at the core of a living-learning program. These specialized residential programs bring together students and faculty providing curricular and/or co-curricular programming especially designed for them. This allows for a deeper understanding and integration of classroom materials.
For general information about all living & learning programs, contact:
Department of Resident Life
2101 Annapolis Hall
Living-Learning Programs for ALL New Freshman Students
FLEXUS: Women in Engineering Living and Learning Program - for students interested in promoting gender diversity in the field of engineering.
1131 Glenn L. Martin Hall
Jimenez-Porter Writers' House - for students seeking to improve their creative writing skills while living with people who also enjoy writing and cross-cultural studies.
0111 Dorchester Hall
Virtus - provides first year male engineering students access to an engineering based living and learning environment.
Invitation Only Programs for New Freshman Students
CIVICUS - This program centered on 5 tenets of civil society: citizenship, leadership, community building in a diverse society, scholarship, and community service-learning.
0107 Somerset Hall
College Park Scholars - Students participate in one of 11 interdisciplinary programs, each housed in the Cambridge Community on North Campus. The curriculum and activities for each program -- and for Scholars overall -- provide the interpersonal benefits of a small college paired with the intellectual advantages of a major research university.
1125 Cumberland Hall
Phone: 301.314.CPSP (2777)
Global Communities - International community; students from more than 30 countries and the United States participate.
0119 Dorchester Hall
Honors College - The Honors College combines the best of two educational options: the sophisticated academic offerings and friendly residential environment of a small liberal arts college nestled within the rich, diverse, boundless opportunities of a big research institution. Students choose to participate in one of the specialized learning communities where they will dive into contemporary topics and get unique research
Anne Arundel Hall
Living-Learning Programs for Upper-Division Students
Beyond The Classroom - prepares students to engage in internship or
service learning in local government and small non-profit organizations.
1104 South Campus Commons
Hinman CEOs (Campus Entrepreneurship Opportunities) - for students
interested in entrepreneurial ventures.
South Campus Commons #2, Suite 2101
Language House - for students wishing to immerse themselves in the daily,
organized study of a foreign language and culture.
0107A St. Mary's Hall