Living Learning Communities
Living Learning Communities, known as LLCs, are residential communities designed to provide you a cohort experience with peers that share similar academic, career and co-curricular interests. In an LLC, you will meet friends with similar majors and interests, connect with faculty and staff right in your residence hall, and enjoy experiences designed especially for you. There's no better way to learn something than to really live it!
Explore the different Living Learning Communities below and learn more about LLC student success here!
Living Learning Communities by Major
Connect with other business students while developing your professional skills, touring local companies, learning business etiquette, and networking with alumni.
Explore the broad range of careers open to education majors while connecting in your hall with faculty, guest speakers, and local educators who are leaders in their respective fields.
Take advantage of the built-in network of peer support, tutoring services, and academic support programs in your residence hall while you network with College of Engineering administrators and faculty.
Judy Genshaft Honors College
Live with other honors college students seeking a tight-knit community of peers who desire additional access to academic resources and assistance with the achievement of personal and professional goals.
College of Nursing
This is an opportunity for nursing students to connect with each other while benefitting from career pathway workshops, faculty mentoring, in-hall tutoring and in-hall academic advising. Students will have an opportunity to network with College of Nursing administrators and faculty to support their personal and professional goals in healthcare.
COPH Bulls in Health
In the College of Public Health, our practice is our passion and the COPH Bulls in Health LLC will set you on a path to success. Students in the LLC will co-enroll in critical health sciences prerequisites or public health course work, participate in special events and activities to introduce you to the College of Public Health and USF Health as well as allow you to network with administrators, faculty and high achieving student leaders in the College of Public Health.
Provost's Scholars Program
This program will retire in May 2023.
The Provost's Scholars Program Living Learning Community will connect you with peers who aim to graduate with a competitive edge, one year ahead, with a portfolio of professional development experiences. We focus on your personal, academic, and professional development to prepare you for your post-graduation goals.
Rising Health Professionals
Live with other students preparing to become a health professional. Explore a range of careers open to Pre-Health track students via experiential learning opportunities, faculty mentoring and peer connections. Benefit from in-hall academic advising and tutoring in required Pre-Health track courses.
Women A.R.E. (Advancing and Rising in Engineering)
Take advantage of the built-in network of peer mentors, tutoring services, experiential learning opportunities and faculty connections in your residence hall as you embark on your collegiate career as a prospective engineer.
Zimmerman Advertising Program
All first-year ZAP students will live in the ZAP Living Learning Community where you will have the opportunity to tour advertising agencies in the Tampa Bay area, attend weekly programs & events, and also have exclusive access to advising and tutoring support in your residence hall.
Living Learning Communities by Interest
Develop a strong sense of camaraderie by living with other students who are working toward a commission in the U.S. Armed Forces. Learn the traditions, customs, and culture of each military service while living in a contemporary, suite style residence hall.
Live and learn in this inclusive community where LGBTQ+ and allied students can find and create an environment of awareness, respect, and advocacy for all sexual orientations and gender identities.