The Intercultural Living Learning Community is focused on bringing students together who are interested in living and interacting with people from different backgrounds, countries, and viewpoints. This community is open to all International and American students wishing to broaden their perspectives and understanding of the world.
Students choosing to be part of this community will have access to intercultural activities that help explore global themes and create a global community on campus. The Intercultural LLC will attempt to pair International and American students as roommates and provide a faculty-led programming series on cultural and global issues.
Residents will be required to remain in good academic standing and be active participants within the community. Participants of the Intercultural Living Learning Community will take a 2-credit course, C&I 195 – Global Competence with Nathan Domitrovich, Director of the Undergraduate Advising Center.
Programs & Events
Programs for this community have included:
- Cultural Crafts Nights
- Middle-Eastern Drums and Dinner
- International Food and Culture Festival
- Attend campus brown bag lectures together as a floor
The Intercultural Living Learning Community is located in Miller Hall. Female residents live on the South wing and male residents live on the North wing of the 3rd floor.
How to Apply
To apply for the Intercultural LLC, please select this community in the online housing application. There is not a separate application to be a member of the Intercultural LLC, however, students will be registered for a course associated with the Living Learning Community before orientation in the summer. If a student is not registered for a Living Learning Course, they may be removed from the community.
If you have already applied to housing, but did not indicate your interest in the Intercultural LLC on your application, please contact Casey Cronin about your interest in being assigned to the Intercultural Living Learning Community.
Contact for Additional Information
For additional information about the Intercultural Living Learning Community, please contact John Nugent, Assistant Director of UM Housing.