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I used to live off campus - that was a major hassle with commuting and getting to class. Now it's easy to just walk to campus. I also like the community atmosphere that is fostered.
- Ryan G. (Junior, Aggie Village)
Is your major engineering? Come live on the E-floor, a themed community
in Moen Hall that supports engineering students. Traditional activities include the cardboard boat race,
an egg drop contest, and many more!
Location: Moen 2nd and 3rd Floors
If you want to meet students from all over the world, or if you're an international
student, Global Village is the place to live! This themed community in Greaves Hall consists of students
from North America, Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, and South America. Some of the activities include
the annual trip to Yellowstone National Park, international potlucks, and many more!
Location: Greaves 2nd and 3rd Floors
Global Village Brochure
Study Intensive Suites
Specially designated living spaces, located exclusively on the 2nd Floor of Living
Learning Community, Building A, offer housing arrangements for students who share similar study goals.
Location: LLC-A, 2nd Floor
(LH) is a Living Learning Community theme housing option in Building D that supports students in their quest to become influential persons on campus and in their future careers or communities. The group participates in many diverse programming and leadership opportunities around campus.
Location: LLC-D 1st Floor
Leadership House Brochure
InterFaith House exists as a theme housing option in Building E of the Living Learning Community to stimulate dialogue
in an open and affirming environment where student residents can express diversity of thought and practice concerning
religion and experiences of culture. InterFaith House is sponsored by the USU Religious Studies Program and is mentored
by USU Faculty Member Dr. Bonnie Glass-Coffin.
(HH), one of the university's most popular choices in themed housing, is located in Building C of the Living Learning
Community. Rich with tradition, Honors House is a designated living space for students who are official participates
in the USU Honors Program. Honors House residents share similar goals and direction; this creates a unique atmosphere
where they can strive for excellence, bond, and collaborate.
Location: LLC-C, 1st and 2nd Floor
Honors House Brochure
EcoHouse is a newly emerging theme housing option in the Living Learning Community (LLC). It is a part of the
Residential Service and Sustainability Institute, which receives some of its funding from the USU 'Blue Goes
Green Grant' program. EcoHouse is a student driven initiative aimed at promoting sustainable living practices,
first in the LLC, and then in other on-campus housing areas. This themed housing learning endeavor will provide
training and resources to help students improve their peers and their own sustainable living habits. Students that
choose to live here will have the unprecedented opportunity to help reshape the policies and procedures that
impact the residential carbon footprint on-campus. There has never been a greater opportunity for environmentally
friendly students to live, learn, and grow together on the campus of Utah State University.
Location: LLC-B, 1st Floor
Club Suites are for five or more students who want to reside together at the Living Learning Community to further
their Utah State University's club or organization goals. Besides program funding, activity space, institutional
support, and office supplies, Student Club Suite members who sign on-campus contracts will also experience the
benefits of living on-campus, including the convenience of location, the ease of a meal plan, and the assistance of staff.
*There is a $50 per academic year theme housing fee that will be added to fall semester rent. This fee is used for travel, food and program supplies.