Living Learning Communities


During the 2019-20 academic year, Auburn University will offer three Living Learning Community (LLC) options for students living on campus. Residential Learning Communities are available to first-year students in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, the Harbert College of Business. First-year members of the Honors College may live in the Honors College LLC.


There is no additional charge to participate in any LLC. LLC member benefits include:

  • Opportunity to live with other ambitious students and expand future professional networks
  • Interaction with faculty and peers about substantive matters
  • Invitations to community-specific events throughout the year

Business RLC: Harbert Hello

First-year undergraduate students in Auburn’s Raymond J. Harbert College of Business may join a cohort of up to 20 students living at Teague Hall. Business RLC members are expected to live with other Business RLC members. Teague Hall provides co-ed housing by floor, so RLC members will live throughout the residence hall. All Business RLC students take a first year seminar which serves as the anchor course for the RLC experience and two to three additional courses (usually Core Curriculum courses).

How to join: To join the Business RLC, students must complete a Learning Community application by February 22, 2019 for priority consideration. On March 4, 2019, Business RLC students may select a room in Teague Hall provides co-ed housing by floor, so RLC members have the option to select rooms on appropriate floors. All Business RLC students take a first year seminar which serves as the anchor course for the RLC experience and two to three additional courses (usually Core Curriculum courses).


Engineering RLC: Becoming a World Class Engineering Student

First-year undergraduate students in Auburn’s Samuel Ginn College of Engineering may join a co-ed cohort of up to 20 students living at Tiger Hall. With four Engineering RLC cohorts, students are expected to live with a RLC member, but are not required to live with someone from the same cohort. Tiger Hall provides co-ed housing by floor, so RLC members will live throughout the residence hall. All Engineering RLC students take a first year seminar which serves as the anchor course for the RLC experience and two to three additional courses (usually Core Curriculum courses).

How to join: To join the Engineering RLC, students must complete a Learning Community application by February 22, 2019 for priority consideration. On March 4, 2019, Engineering RLC students may select a room in Tiger Hall (Village North neighborhood). Due to space limitations, RLC participation after this date is based on availability.


Honors College Living Learning Community

All Honors College first year students are encouraged to live in an Honors College Living Learning Community (LLC) at Eagle Hall (Village North neighborhood) or Broun Hall (Upper Quad Neighborhood). Living with other first year Honors College students deepens your Auburn experience and helps students develop close friendships with their Honors College peers.

How to join: Students must indicate on the AUH housing application their interest in living in an Honors College Hall. Students who activate their Honors membership by February 8, 2019 and submit a housing application by February 25, 2019, will receive priority consideration to live in Honors College LLCs. On March 4, 2019, confirmed Honors RLC students may select a room in Eagle Hall (Village North neighborhood) or Broun Hall (Upper Quad neighborhood).

February 22, 2019 Update: Due to the high demand for Honors College housing, student rooms in Eagle and Broun Halls may fill quickly. Students who are not able to select rooms in Eagle or Broun Halls will have the opportunity to select rooms in Teague Hall (Upper Quad neighborhood, or Tiger Hall (Village North neighborhood). Prior to May 1, as vacant rooms become available due to cancellations in Eagle and Broun Halls, Honors students with rooms elsewhere on campus are encouraged to log into their housing student portal to move their room selection to Eagle or Broun Halls. Our goal is to have both Eagle and Broun halls filled with Honors College students only.

Last Updated: May 20, 2019