Living-Learning programs are an opportunity to explore and experience college life with other students who share your interests. Here is a full list of the residential living-learning opportunities on campus.
1st Gen provides an extra layer of support for first-year students who are the first in their family to attend college.
The Adelia Cheever Program (Cheever) is rooted in the traditions and values of Adelia Cheever House, a former University cooperative for women.
Gender Inclusive Living Experience (GILE) is a Theme Community open to anyone looking for a safe, inclusive, and supportive living experience.
Innovation provides a collaborative living-learning space for residents interested in innovation, entrepreneurship, and creativity.
International Impact is designed for second-year students and above who are interested in advancing their knowledge and appreciation of our diverse, multicultural world.
Multicultural Housing Community (MHC) is designed to facilitate intentional and deep communication and understanding among students of diverse backgrounds and identities.
Second-Year Experience (SYE) is a community focused on the unique needs and interests of second-year residents.
SubFree provides a community for students seeking to live in an environment free of alcohol and drugs.
Sustainable Living Experience (SLE) is dedicated to providing an inclusive and immersive environment for students to develop lifelong leadership in sustainability and environmental justice.
Transfer Year Experience (TYE) is a community designed to address the transitional needs and concerns of incoming transfer students.
Michigan Learning Communities
The Global Scholars Program (GSP) prepares sophomore, junior, and senior University of Michigan students to be interculturally competent global citizens, champions for meaningful change, and innovative leaders of tomorrow.
The Health Sciences Scholars Program (HSSP) is a living/learning community that provides first-year undergraduates with opportunities to explore the issues, opportunities, and diversity of professions in the field of health sciences.
The Living Arts Program unites students who are excited about working with their peers and faculty in engineering, the arts, architecture, and other fields to explore innovation, creativity, and collaboration.
The Lloyd Hall Scholars Program (LHSP) is a living/learning program focused on writing and the arts. Students live in a close-knit community with other first- and second-year students.
The LSA Honors Program is a four-year academic program designed to provide motivated, academically talented undergraduates with opportunities to enrich their education beyond what might be typical for an undergraduate career at the University of Michigan.
Max Kade offers students a unique opportunity to live in the only language house on campus. The core theme of the Max Kade Haus is experiential learning–applying what is learned in one’s German classes to everyday life.
The Michigan Community Scholars Program (MCSP) is for students who are committed to community service, social justice, diversity, and academic study.
The Michigan Research and Discovery Scholars (MRADS) provides an opportunity for first-year students of any potential major to participate in a year-long research project with UM faculty.
Residential College (RC) is a small, four-year program that provides any LSA student an engaging environment with an emphasis on languages, writing & discussion, the social sciences, and the arts.
The Women in Science and Engineering Residence Program (WISE RP) is an academically supportive living/learning community for students who are interested in academic majors and careers in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and/or pre-health.
To learn more about MLCs and theme communities, visit our MLC/Theme Community page.