Living Learning Communities | Mount St. Joseph University
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Enhance your on-campus leadership experience through a Living Learning Community.

Living learning communities provide students with peer-to-peer social and academic support as well an opportunity to share experiences relevant to their interests. Students can elect to live in one of our two living learning communities in Seton Residence Hall at no extra cost:

Health and Natural Sciences Living Learning Community

The Health and Natural Science Living Learning Community is a space designed for students interested in pursuits related to the health and natural sciences. Students living in this community in the residence hall will work together to support each other’s interests in learning more about topics and opportunities in the health and natural science fields. This floor is supported by a Resident Assistant and the Coordinator of Residence Life.

Learning Outcomes
Students living in the Health and Natural Science Living Learning Community will:

  • Connect with faculty members whose work related to health and natural science disciplines.
  • Connect with students who major or who have interest in health and natural sciences.
  • Engage in activities that enhance their abilities to be academically successful.
  • Discuss health and natural sciences and their connection to opportunities at the Mount and post-graduate.


Community Service Living Area

The Community Service Living Area is a space designed for students interested in performing service on campus and in the surrounding community. Students living in this community in the residence hall will work together to support each other’s interests in serving others while also learning how service impacts the community and them. This floor is supported by a Resident Assistant, Service Learning and the Coordinator of Residence Life.

Learning Outcomes
Students living in the Community Service Living Area will:

  • Connect with faculty and staff members whose work relate to community service.
  • Connect with students who have interest in performing community service.
  • Participate in community service opportunities on and off campus.
  • Discuss community service and its connection to opportunities at the Mount and post-graduate.


***All floors are supported by Resident Assistants, related faculty and staff and the Coordinator of Residence Life. Students interested in joining living learning communities can request them when completing their housing applications or by contacting the Office of Residence Life at 513-244-4304..