Living Learning Communities

WSU Housing and Residence Life offers three themed communities: First Year Experience, Outdoor Adventure, and the Latter Day Saint Student Association Community.

First Year Experience (FYE) Community

The FYE Community is open to incoming WSU students who want to live their best Wildcat life. Linked with UNIV 1105  “Foundations of College Success”, this community will provide its members with the resources and opportunities needed to build friendships and the foster skills that will help them thrive at Weber State. This community will have a dedicated Peer Mentor, who attends class with the residents, plan social and developmental activities, and be a resource and advocate to the residents within the community.

The FYE Community will be housed on the third floor of Stewart Wasatch Hall, Wildcat Village, and is open to 20 residents. Interested students must register for UNIV 1105  “Foundations of College Success” (CRN 24004; MWF 12:30-1:20 p.m.; WH 322) which will be taught in Stewart Wasatch Hall. The course will cover goal setting, time management, study and test taking skills, critical thinking, stress management, academic advisement, career and major exploration, and using campus resources.

Complete the  FYE Community Application to indicate your interest.

 

Outdoor Adventure Community

The Outdoor Adventure Community welcomes experienced and novice adventurers, alike, to experience, explore, and appreciate the beautiful Utah outdoors--Wildcat style. As a member of this community, you will be offered exclusive overnight trips, day activities, and deals. This community will be led by a Peer Mentor who will be there to plan and keep you informed of all the upcoming Outdoor Adventure activities inside and outside of the hall. The peer mentor will also be there help you further cultivate your awareness, knowledge, appreciation, and concern for the natural environment.

The Outdoor Adventure community will be housed on the first floor of Residence Hall 1, where every student receives a free ski pass to Powder Mountain, and is open to 32 residents. Because of the high demand and level of commitment required for members of this community, interested residents will need to submit an application. Applications will be reviewed and students admitted into the community will be notified mid-July.

Complete the Outdoor Adventure Community Application here.

 

Latter-Day Saint Student Association Community

The Latter Day Saint Student Association (LDSSA) Community welcomes all students interested in being a part of  a community supported by and focused on the standards listed in the “For the Strength of the Youth.” The LDSSA Community is intended to support the cultivation of long lasting friendships, personal and spiritual growth, and service to the community. This community will have a Peer Mentor who will plan and coordinate activities in conjunction with the LDSSA and University Village Ward.

The LDSSA community will be housed on the first floor of Building 4 in University Village and open to up to 28 residents.

Complete the LDSSA Community Application to indicate your interest.

 

If you have any question regarding themed communities, please email Housing@weber.edu.