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Special Interest Housing

Thank you for your interest in special interest housing. Through the special interest housing initiative, communities in the North and South student neighborhoods contribute invaluable service to their neighbors by providing educational programming, sponsoring community gatherings, and devoting time and energies to philanthropic projects. Your group's efforts over the next year to enhance the student neighborhoods through similar initiatives will continue to enrich our educational environment and promote our Catholic and Marianist values.

Special Interest Housing for Sophomores

Ethics in Action

The Ethics in Action LLC in E. Stewart Garden Apartments offers students an opportunity to experience an integrated classroom and residential living community that answers the question of how does one live ethically in community? Students will live together in a community of suites in Marianist hall and take an ethics course together in the Fall. Every day we are faced with situations that challenge how we see the world and what we value. Living with others provides plenty of practical examples to explore what it means to be ethical. Service Projects, retreats, trips and immersion experiences will be offered to complement your experience learning and living together. Please consider applying for the only sophomore, course-based Learning-Living Community: Ethics in Action! Learn More and Apply >>

Honors Housing

Each group in the Honors Housing Lottery must be minimally comprised of one-half University Honors students. Application information will be updated and emailed in January to students eligible to participate. The application process opens in January. Learn More and Apply >>


Global Learning-Living Community (GLLC)

The GLLC offers a truly unique living experience that will introduce you to cultures from around the world. American and international students learn from each other while living together and participating in cultural dialogues, international dinners, a fall retreat, and more. If you're interested in meeting people from other parts of the world, this is the living community for you! Learn More and Apply >>

Servant Leadership

The Servant Leadership LLC in East Stewart Garden Apartments offers students an opportunity to connect their passion for service with cultural experiences. Based on Robert Greenleaf's philosophy that servant leaders serve first, and then aspire to lead through their actions by attending to the needs of others, this community appreciates and values each person's ability to make positive contributions to the larger world. Students will have an opportunity to participate in service and cultural projects and are encouraged to explore immersion experiences, breakout trips, and other activities related to service. Learn More and Apply >>

Substance Free

The Campus South Substance-Free Community provides a safe, social environment for the entire campus community. Members of this floor have volunteered to live as a community, keeping each other accountable in living a substance-free lifestyle and supporting one another in their daily lives (emotionally, spiritually, and academically). Learn More and Apply >>

Special Interest Housing for Juniors and Seniors

Current and New Special Interest/Theme House

Communities in the north and south student neighborhoods have contributed invaluable service to their neighbors by providing educational programming, sponsoring community gatherings, and devoting time and energies to philanthropic projects. Learn More and Apply >>

ArtStreet

ArtStreet is one of UD's most exciting communities, located in a complex that is designed to spark radical creativity. Programs, curriculum and events at ArtStreet promote the creative thinking through artistic and designed means as a way to connect all student and faculty to enliven, educate, and transform their community. Programs at ArtStreet are open to all students, faculty, and staff; however, residence here is reserved for juniors and seniors. ArtStreet is an engaging community for all students from all majors: artists, engineers, educators, business students, actors, musicians, scientists, and more. Each resident member, and what each brings to the table, are truly integral parts of creating what ArtStreet becomes each term, each year. Learn More and Apply >>

Honors Housing

Each junior/senior Honors group must be minimally comprised of one-half University Honors students. Learn More and Apply >>

Global Learning-Living Community

The GLLC offers a truly unique living experience that will introduce you to cultures from around the world. American and international students learn from each other while living together and participating in cultural dialogues, international dinners, a fall retreat, and more. If you're interested in meeting people from other parts of the world, this is the living community for you! Learn More and Apply >>

Servant Leadership

The Servant Leadership LLC in East Stewart Garden Apartments offers students an opportunity to connect their passion for service with cultural experiences. Based on Robert Greenleaf's philosophy that servant leaders serve first, and then aspire to lead through their actions by attending to the needs of others, this community appreciates and values each person's ability to make positive contributions to the larger world. Students will have an opportunity to participate in service and cultural projects and are encouraged to explore immersion experiences, breakout trips, and other activities related to service. Learn More and Apply >>