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LLPs are unique living environments that connect students on the academic and social levels to create a tight-knit community based on common interests, shared classroom experiences and access to specialized resources and programs. Students apply for LLPs through the admissions portal after being accepted to OSU.

STEM Living

at Wentz Hall.

First-year College of Arts and Sciences STEM students can take advantage of a dedicated Living Learning Program designed to connect them with like-minded peers and advanced student mentors. The residence hall features traditional style living with specialized services and programs for CAS STEM students, creating a proven environment for academic success. STEM Living residents experience everything OSU has to offer with the added benefits of unique programming and resources.

SMSC Media House

Sponsored by the School of Media & Strategic Communications.
The Media House Living Learning Program, sponsored by the School of Media & Strategic Communications, fosters an engaging environment of learning and success among students majoring in Multimedia Journalism, Sports Media, and Strategic Communications, and it will prepare you for a career as a media professional. SMSC faculty and advisers will be involved with you both in and out of the classroom. Media House is located on the first floor of Village D (previously located on the third floor of Village C), which is next to the Colvin Center—OSU’s nationally recognized premier fitness facility.

Psychology House

Sponsored by the Department of Psychology.
Psychology House is sponsored by the Department of Psychology and is one of the College of Arts and Sciences Residential Living Learning Programs. You will live with other students majoring in Psychology. The opportunity to live with other students majoring in Psychology will help you better engage with fundamental department ideas, including curiosity, the scientific method, ethics, mental health, diversity, and teamwork.  Residents will also have the opportunity to engage in academic, extracurricular, professional, social, and service activities with faculty, staff, and other students in the Department of Psychology.
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