The Honors College Living-Learning Community (LLC), located in Susquehanna Hall, offers freshman Honors College students the chance to continue their collaborative learning experiences in a relaxed, residential setting. A perk of Honors College membership, freshman year on the Honors LLC is often cited by graduating seniors as one of the most rewarding experiences of their time at UMBC.
What are the benefits of living in the Honors LLC?
Close Knit Community
Honors Students are able to build a network and develop a sense of community with other Honors College freshman as soon as they move in.
Students are able to pursue a range of social activities with their peers, and develop strong friendships through common goals, conversation, and fun. Some fun events include:
- Food Celebrations
- Caribbean Chicken
- Friendsgiving Dinner
- Make your own Taco Night
- Make your own Milkshake Night
- Japanese Snack Night
- Away Events
- Sandy Springs Adventure Park
- Manage your stress events
- Self-Care Night
Honors College Residential Assistant (RA)
For more information about the Honors LLC, email Dr. Julie Oakes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find more information about Living-Learning Communities at UMBC and the application process here.