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All students, regardless of major, identity, or background, are strongly encouraged to apply for a Living Learning Community. All you need is your passion to make living in your community a successful and enjoyable experience! There are two Living Learning Communities to choose from, Sed Min Household and Preyers Honors Housing. 


What are Living Learning Communities?


As part of either Living Learning Community, students learn more about about themselves as individ​uals, as a team, and as leaders. Throughout the year, residents will have the opportunity to engage in personal, professional and leadership development while learning what it is that they are passionate about.​

Living-Learning Communities enhance the student's collegiate experience both academically and socially by connecting them with faculty, staff, and university resources that will aid them in academic and social success. Research shows that students who participate in Learning Communities do better academically and socially, and create a better connection to the institution. They are also more likely to persist to graduation.


Why Living Learning Communities?


​Develop Passio​​​ns

​As part of either Living Learning Community, students learn more about about themselves as individ​uals, as a team, and as leaders. Throughout the year, residents will have the opportunity to engage in personal, professional and leadership development while learning what it is that they are passionate about.​


Finding Purpose

Each Living Learning Community is developed to bring students of like-minded goals and passions together for a unique experience. Whether you want to give back to the community or enhance your leadership skills, you'll have the chance to connect with students who want to do the same.​​


Benefits

Although each LLC is unique, benefits include providing students with additional social and academic support, increased connection with academic faculty, specific programs and events related to that communities' focus, and exclusive off-campus social events.

Other benefits may include:

  • ​Increased peer support
  • in-hall faculty and staff interaction
  • increased overall GPA (students participating in LLC Programs
  • educational, active, supportive residential setting
  • meeting people who have similar goals and aspirations
  • finding help and encouragement informally through peer networking

Contact Info​

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Chemaria Washington, M.A.
Assistant Director - Residence Life & Housing
RA Leadership​​​ & Living Learning Communities
washingtonc@queens.edu
(704) 337-2587

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Drew Breese
Graduate Hall Director - Residence Life & Housing​
breesed@queens.edu
(704) 337-2255​​

Our Communities

Sed Min Household​

Preyers Honors Housing