Why Join an LLC?
Living in an LLC comes with great benefits!
- There is no extra cost!
- An opportunity to live and connect with students who share your interests, academic and personal goals
- Have a ready-made support system of peers and staff who encourage you throughout your college journey
- Faculty mentorship with professors dedicated to positively challenging you to expand your views through exploration and collaboration with inter-campus departments and academic programs
- Belong and connect in a neighborhood residential experience
- There is a lounge and courtyard designated to your specific community
Here’s what your peers have to say!
"LLC’s are a place where anybody of any kind of background can come together and truly gain a community that no other residence hall can offer. These halls have amazing events that are geared toward learning more about yourself, each other, and the great God that we serve here at Concordia! So ask yourself, 'Wait...why am I not in an LLC?!"
-Julia Avila '21
"I love living in Wittenberg. It feels good to be surrounded by such a friendly and supportive community. Neighbors are always coming over, cooking food, playing video games, studying, and hanging out. Wittenberg has a great vibe and there’s always stuff going on. Plus you never know when you might find yourself caught in an impromptu lightsaber duel with Pastor Anderson’s kids."
-Steven McCarthy '17
"Living in Global Village has given me so many opportunities to meet new people and learn new things that I would have never been able to before. My neighbors have become my family. It’s amazing to come back to a dorm and have it feel like home."
-Rachel Bahn '21
"Global is home because it isn’t just a residential hall or quad. We are a community, a global family. We learn from each other; we discover what is valuable in each other’s unique backgrounds. We educate and sensitize one another to each other’s cultural quirks with friendship. Global village is a community built on love and acceptance that transcends borders and barriers!"
-Mohini Moulick '20