Learn More About Our Living Communities
This is a residential community where students seeking a career in agriculture attend classes together each semester and live in Piney Woods Hall.
In this residential learning community for first-year students of any major, participants attend two classes together each semester, live in Piney Woods Hall and participate in programs that help them make the most of their college experience.
This is a residential learning community in Piney Woods Hall for students with majors in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences (communication studies, English, history, political science, philosophy, psychology, Spanish, and sociology) and for students who are unsure about their major.
This is a residential learning community where students seeking a career in the criminal justice field attend two to three classes together each semester and live in Houston House.
In this residential learning community in Piney Woods Hall, future teachers develop academic and social connections with the College of Education.
First Generation Living Learning Community
This residential learning community in Piney Woods Hall provides leadership development and support for students who will be the first in their family to receive a four-year degree.
This is a residential learning community in Piney Woods Hall for students with majors in the College of Health Sciences who will be pursuing careers in the health field.
ROTC at SHSU prides itself in producing quality Officers by providing Cadets with the tools to build the character and leadership skills. You can find this community living together in Piney Woods Hall.
This residential learning community in Piney Woods Hall prepares future nurses to succeed in nursing school.
This residential learning community allows first-year students of any major who are interested in legal careers to learn about the legal field, participate in meaningful civic engagement, and develop leadership skills.
This residential community in Piney Woods hall is designed to help students with majors in the College of Science and Engineering Technology prepare for medical school and for careers in the medical field.
This learning community for students with science, technology, engineering, and math majors provides support for success in math and science coursework and a strong community of STEM faculty and fellow students.
This is a residential living community open only to all College of Fine Arts and Mass Communication majors who choose to live in Belvin-Buchanan hall.
Designed to attract and retain highly competent and motivated students. Honors students have the opportunity to live together in Piney Woods Hall.