Live and Learn with Peers Who Share Your Interests

Utah State University offers a variety of housing based on a student’s interests. In addition to living on campus, student learning communities offers opportunities for students to continue pursuing their passions. Students can sign up for a learning community when they submit a housing application.

Academic

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Honors

LLC Building C

The themed community in highest demand is Honors House. This is an exciting atmosphere of community and curiosity, where Honors students with different interests and talents can study, socialize, and collaborate with one another.
Sign up on the Housing Application by selecting “Honors” under “Theme Housing Options.”
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Engineering House

Moen Hall

Geared toward engineering and computer science majors, the second and third floors of Moen Hall has its own computers with all the needed programs to complete assignments. You can easily find a study group to help carry the load of homework assigned, and participate in community events and challenges designed to enhance your Engineering experience.
Sign up on the Housing Application by selecting “Engineering” under “Theme Housing Options.”
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Aggie Start Smart

Central Suites

The Aggies Start Smart program is designed to help first-year students living in Central Suites succeed within higher education. Students will work with a success mentor to improve their academic, financial, and personal persistence skills. Students will also build communities by meeting weekly with members of the program on their floor, and completing a service project each semester within their wider Cache Valley community

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Aggies Thrive

Central Suites

The Aggies Thrive program is designed to help students persist within higher education after their first academic year. The program is available to students (2nd year and above) living in Central Suites. Students will work with a success mentor to improve their academic, financial, and personal persistence skills. Students will also build communities by meeting weekly with members of the program on their floor, and leading a service project each semester within their wider Cache Valley community.

Interest-Based

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Aggie Involvement

LLC Building D

Aggie Involvement 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 on campus.
Sign up on the Housing Application by selecting “Aggie Involvement” under “Theme Housing Options.”
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EcoHouse

LLC Building E

EcoHouse is a student driven initiative aimed at promoting sustainable living practices. Students will have the opportunity to help reshape the policies and procedures that impact the residential carbon footprint on campus.
Sign up on the Housing Application by selecting “Eco House” under “Theme Housing Options.”
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Outdoor Adventures

Mountain View Tower

USU’s backyard is the Bear River Mountain Range. The Outdoor Adventures themed community helps facilitate activities like skiing and snowboarding, hiking, camping, kayaking, canoeing, snowshoeing, hammocking, and more. There is a $50 fee per academic year used for travel, food, and program supplies.
Sign up on the Housing Application by selecting “Outdoor Adventures” under “Theme Housing Options.”

Cultural

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Native American Learning Community (NALC)

Reeder Hall

The Native American student housing community provides a sense of community and support for Native American students living on campus. Not only is it located close to classes, students can enjoy weekly talking circles, activities, and cultural support, and more.
To apply for this housing, email info@housing.usu.edu. For more information, email Erica Ficklin.
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Global Village

Greaves Hall

If you want to meet students from all over the world, or if you’re an international student, Global Village is a great place to live. Some activities include an annual trip to Yellowstone National Park, international potlucks, and more.
Sign up on the Housing Application by selecting “Global Village” under “Theme Housing Options.”
Latinx Coeds

Latinx

Wasatch Hall

Latinx empowers all who recognize a vested interest in the Latinx community by focusing on the pillars of academic, educational, personal, and professional growth. Students will be able to work regularly with USU’s Latinx Cultural Center as a conduit for service, engagement, advocacy, and visibility for the Latinx community on campus and in Cache Valley.
Sign up on the Housing Application by selecting “Latinx” under “Theme Housing Options.”