A question you might be asking yourself is "What is a Living-Learning Center?" Living-Learning Centers (LLCs) are residential communities organized by academic discipline or program. Baylor's LLCs range in size and are open to freshmen through seniors. In many programs, students may remain in an LLC throughout their time at Baylor.
All Living-Learning Centers require their own application process. Admission decisions are made by the academic program sponsoring the LLC. Students applying to an LLC are still asked to complete a Housing Preference Form. Acceptance into an LLC will override any traditional hall preferences you provide, and you will be placed in the appropriate Living-Learning community.
At Earle Hall we encourage our students to collaborate with each other and participate in the community as a whole in order to create a supportive environment as well as form valuable relationships for the present and future. We want our students to discover themselves both personally, academically, and spiritually. Think of Earle Hall as your home within the Baylor family.
With a little over 350 students organized by academic discipline and/or interest in science and health, Earle Hall is open to freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors. Spaces in this program are limited. For questions involving the Science and Health LLC's application process, please email EarleHall@baylor.edu.