Living Learning Communities

Hall Program Description Qualifications
All residence halls Faculty-in-Residence This program is designed to enhance the involvement of students with faculty outside the classroom. The Faculty-in-Residence works with the hall staff to implement educational, recreational, social, and cultural programs while serving as a role model, mentor, and advisor to residents. Open to any student. Open to any student
East Hall Engineering LLC Live and learn with other engineering majors, close to the College of Engineering! Join engineering students in fun academic and social programs and activities that integrate the in-class and out-of-class experience. Open to any engineering student. Priority for Engineering Students
Hume Hall (Honors) Honors Residential College & Faculty-In-Residence Community The honors residential college assists honors students in their college transition. Programs promote involvement in leadership opportunities, community service, study abroad, undergraduate research, and internships. Open to UF students accepted in the honors program.
Infinity Hall Entrepreneurial LLC The Entrepreneurial Living Learning Community is located in the heart of Gainesville’s Innovation Square and offers student innovators unparalleled access to the tools and resources for their own entrepreneurial journey. This interdisciplinary living learning center operates for 12 months of the year and connects academic coursework, internship experiences, professional and peer mentorship, and experiential learning to create a dynamic academic and business incubation environment.

Jennings Hall GatorWell (Jennings Hall) GatorWell at Jennings is designed to educate students on health and wellness activities in partnership with GatorWell Health Promotion Services. Students will learn about health and wellness related campus resources, develop healthy lifestyle practices, and engage in activities that encourage balance and personal growth. Open to any student. Open to any student
Murphree Hall Honors II Living-Learning Community The Honors II Living-Learning Community is designed to address the specific needs and interests of second-year students in the University Honors Program. Programs promote involvement in leadership opportunities, community service, study abroad, undergraduate research, and internships. Murphree Hall. Open to upper-class students in the University Honors Program.
Murphree Hall Returning Gators Sophomore Program Returning Gators Program is designed to address the specific needs and interests of second-year students at UF, including academic, career, and leadership development. Residents can earn RGP credits toward a Returning Gators Program Certification while learning about money management, personal wellness, healthy relationships, and career planning. Open to sophomores who completed the Trusler Leader Scholar program. Click here for more information. To apply, please complete the application here. Open to students that complete the Trusler Leader Scholar Program
North Hall Pre-Health LLC Join other students interested in pursuing careers in medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, nursing, health professions, and health science. Residents can develop the academic skills needed to succeed as a student and as a future medical professional. Open to any student. Priority for Students in Health related majors
Reid Hall Fine Arts LLC Collaborate with other students interested in the visual and performing arts in the pursuit of creativity and expression. Enjoy exclusive studio space ideal for painting and architectural project design, gallery space to promote artistic projects, musical practice hours, and visiting artists who live in the residence hall with you! Open to any student. Open to any student
Springs Complex GatorWell (Springs) GatorWell at Springs is designed to educate students on health and wellness activities in partnership with GatorWell Health Promotion Services. Students will learn about health and wellness related campus resources, develop healthy lifestyle practices, and engage in activities that encourage balance and personal growth. Open to any student. Open to any student
Tolbert Hall ROTC LLC This community is available to student members in the Army, Navy/Marine, or Air Force ROTC programs, regardless of scholarship status. The program provides on-site faculty advising, a meeting room in the residence hall, study groups, and tutoring/mentoring by upper class ROTC cadets/midshipmen. To apply, please complete the application here. Open to a total of 100 male and female cadets/midshipmen.
Trusler Hall Leader Scholar Program This program encourages first-year students to become active members on campus and introduces them to many of UF’s underutilized resources and opportunities. This program helps students begin their journey as a leader and scholar at the University of Florida. Participants can also earn LSP credits toward a Leader/Scholar Certification at the end of the year. Open to any first-year student. Open to any first-year student
Weaver Hall International House Live and learn with international exchange students from around the world and American students interested in studying abroad and learning about other cultures. Enjoy opportunities to increase an understanding of cultural values, differences, and similarities in diverse societies.Open to any US student. International Exchange Students should complete and submit an interest form to the UF International Center. Open to any student
Yulee Hall Global LLC Become a citizen of the world in this unique community that strives to educate leaders for a global community. Residents can participate in opportunities to explore intercultural awareness, sustainability opportunities, current world events, and the global connections between us all. For more information, view the brochure (PDF includes information on program goals, classes, and academic resources). Open to any student. Open to any student