Upper Class Living-Learning Villages

Click here to learn more about Living-Learning Villages at Kennesaw State University and why you should apply to live in a LLV.

Kennesaw Campus

  • Academy for Inclusive Learning LLV logo

    Location: University Village Suites

    Contact: Sarah Wyatt, Academic and Social Advisor, swyatt22@kennesaw.edu  

    Contact for Housing-Specific Questions: livinglearning@kennesaw.edu

    Requires approval from the Academy for Inclusive Learning and Social Growth (WellStar College of Health and Human Services) to reside in the community.

    The Academy is a 2-year college experience allowing students with different intellectual or developmental abilities, who do not meet the university requirements for admission, to learn beside degree-seeking students and live in the residence halls at the same time. You can find more about the program here.

  • ERGO LLV logo

    Location: Hornet Village 100
    Contact: livinglearning@kennesaw.edu

    Requires approval from the Division of Global Affairs to reside in the community.

    E.R.G.O. is a community in which students can live together and celebrate the differences in cultures and origins. International students as well as students looking to study abroad or wanting to have a unique experience through programming and engagement may want to live here and dive into a global Living-Learning opportunity.

  • Honors LLV logo

    Locations: Hornet Village 100 Building – Terrace Level, University Columns

    Contact: livinglearning@kennesaw.edu

    Requires approval from the Honors College to reside in the community. Students who indicate interest on their housing application will be forwarded to the Honors College for approval.

    When you decide to live in the Honors Living-Learning Village at Kennesaw State, you are choosing to live in a community of dedicated scholars, just like yourself. The Honors community is a collaborative effort between the Honors College and the Department of Housing and Residence Life. By residing in this living-learning environment, students are able to live with others who thrive on an academically rigorous curriculum. While living together, residents are able to share similar experiences and rely on each other for academic and personal support. Both first-year and upper class students are able to live in the Honors community. In the Honors community, our residence halls are truly an extension of the classroom with a dedicated space to study and interact in the building.

  • Stonewall LLV logo

    Location: Contact community administrator below for location information

    Contact: LGBTQ Resource Center at lgbtq@kennesaw.edu

    Contact for Housing-Specific Questions: livinglearning@kennesaw.edu

    Requires approval from the LGBTQ Resource Center to reside in the community; please contact LGBTQ Resource Center regarding the process to live in the community. Students who indicate interest on their housing application will be forwarded to Jessica for approval.

    The Stonewall community is a gender inclusive housing community specifically geared toward students of all sexual orientations, genders, gender identities, and gender expressions who want to live in a community celebrating their various identities and foster understanding, learning, and community.

  • The Outfit LLV logo

    Location: Contact community administrator below for location information

    Contact: Jessica Medovich, Collegiate Recovery Program Coordinator, jnm4706@kennesaw.edu

    Contact for Housing-Specific Questions: livinglearning@kennesaw.edu

    Requires approval from the Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery to reside in the community; please contact Jessica Medovich regarding the process to live in the community. Students must contact Jessica to apply.

    The Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery's, Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC), has established The Outfit, as a roommate matching service, for students who are in recovery and wish to join the CRC. To be considered for housing in The Outfit, students must apply, interview and be accepted to the CRC, have been in recovery for at least one year and sign the CRC housing commitment contract. Students applying to be a part of The Outfit should be committed to the principles of recovery, possess strong ethical responsibility and be dedicated to growing in their recovery and academics.

Marietta Campus

  • ASCEND LLV logo

    The ASCEND LLV is the on-campus living option for KSU CARE students who were homeless and/or in foster care during their K-12 education. Participants must be Kennesaw State University students who are pursuing their first bachelor's degree. They must also meet at least one of the following criteria:

    Verified as an Unaccompanied Homeless Youth status based upon the McKinney-Vento Act provided by their High School Homeless Liaison
    Eligible for an Education and Training Voucher (EVT) Program funded by the Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS), Independent Living Program (ILP) of the Georgia Foster Care Unit
    or Eligibility otherwise determined by CARE Case Manager or Program Coordinator
    Depending on room availability, and if the eligibility requirements below are met, these students live together as a community so they can build stronger, hopefully life-long, relationships with students with similar life experiences. To apply, click here.

  • ERGO LLV logo

    Location: Hornet Village 100

    Contact: livinglearning@kennesaw.edu

    Requires approval from the Division of Global Affairs to reside in the community.

    E.R.G.O. is a community in which students can live together and celebrate the differences in cultures and origins. International students as well as students looking to study abroad or wanting to have a unique experience through programming and engagement may want to live here and dive into a global Living-Learning opportunity.

  • Gaming LLV logo

    Location: University Columns

    Contact: livinglearning@kennesaw.edu

    Open to first-year and returning students, this community provides opportunities for those who share common interests in game design and gaming. Students will have a chance to interact with faculty and staff on campus. Our goal is to support our gaming students on campus by providing them opportunities to socialize, while also offering them off-campus trips to get them out of their room! Examples of what our Gaming community has done in the past: Attend SEIGE gaming conference, weekly gaming tournaments (Dungeons and Dragons, Magic: The Gathering, Yugioh, Pokemon, etc.), and Dave and Busters game night.

  • Honors LLV logo

    Location: Hornet Village 100 Building – Terrace Level, University Columns

    Contact: livinglearning@kennesaw.edu 

    Requires approval from the Honors College to reside in the community. Students who indicate interest on their housing application will be forwarded to the Honors College for approval.

    When you decide to live in the Honors Living-Learning Village at Kennesaw State, you are choosing to live in a community of dedicated scholars, just like yourself. The Honors community is a collaborative effort between the Honors College and the Department of Housing and Residence Life. By residing in this living-learning environment, students are able to live with others who thrive on an academically rigorous curriculum. While living together, residents are able to share similar experiences and rely on each other for academic and personal support. Both first-year and upper class students are able to live in the Honors community. In the Honors community, our residence halls are truly an extension of the classroom with a dedicated space to study and interact in the building.

  • Stonewall LLV logo

    Location: Contact community administrator below for location information

    Contact: LGBTQ Resource Center at lgbtq@kennesaw.edu

    Contact for Housing-Specific Questions: livinglearning@kennesaw.edu

    Requires approval from the LGBTQ Resource Center to reside in the community; please contact LGBTQ Resource Center regarding the process to live in the community. Students who indicate interest on their housing application will be forwarded to Jessica for approval.

    The Stonewall community is a gender inclusive housing community specifically geared toward students of all sexual orientations, genders, gender identities, and gender expressions who want to live in a community celebrating their various identities and foster understanding, learning, and community.

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