Living-Learning Communities (LLCs) engage students with similar academic goals or shared interests in a unique living environment, giving them common ground with others in their community before they even arrive on campus. Residents enjoy exclusive activities, opportunities, and courses that cater to their interests, along with increased interaction with campus faculty. Academic LLCs are geared toward students with a shared academic goal or major who may take a common course together. Shared Interest LLCs are for students with a common interest or activity.



outside of Blount dorms
Blount – Living-Learning Community




Home to the Blount Scholars Program, Blount Hall offers residents fully furnished living spaces consisting of 2 double occupancy bedrooms and a shared bathroom. The hall is located near on-campus dining options, Lakeside Dining, Lakeside Market, and the Ferguson Student Center. Common areas provide residents with access to four seminar rooms, a reading room, and a community kitchen and laundry room on the 3rd floor. Students are responsible for providing their own trash receptacles, cookware, eating utensils, and cleaning supplies. Please visit our website at