Residential Communities

Housing and Residence Life strives to promote educational excellence in the Residential Community and increase retention for North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. Through strong collaborations with Academic Affairs and Student Affairs, the residential communities enable residents to experience a more educationally enriched community supporting his/her academic and career aspirations.

Moreover, Housing and Residence Life recognizes the importance of life skills for the employability of our students. As such, for life skills, these communities will focus on a Residential Curriculum guiding students toward competencies in critical thinking and reasoning skills, social and civic responsibility, character, ethics, and communication. Visit each residential community page below for more information. 

How to Apply

Complete the checklist before applying

  • Complete the housing application with payment
  • Meet the criteria for the particular LLC or TC in which you are interested
  • The Residential Communities application will be available January 29, 2018. 

LLC

LLC Description

Building Location

Advisor

Advisor Contact Information

Honors / International

LLC (2010)

Students in the honors program opportunities to increase learning outside the classroom

McNeil & Blair Halls

Brittany Williams

bwillia4@ncat.edu

Project M.A.R.C.H.

LLC (2011)

Enhances the academic progress of first year minority male students to increase retention , persistence and graduation

Aggie Suites E

William Grant Hill
Kase Gregory

wghill@ncat.edu

mdgrego1@ncat.edu

SISTERS

LLC (2013)

This program will foster intellectual, personal, and professional growth through the development of positive relationships within the local and campus communities. SISTERS will create a deeper appreciation for excellence in education, service, and finer womanhood.

Aggie Suites F

Renisha Howard
Dionne Caldwell

rhoward1@ncat.edu
adcaldwe@ncat.edu

TRIO

LLC (2011)

Addresses the unique needs of economically challenged, first generation and disabled students

Barbee Hall

Chantel Fleming

ceflemin@ncat.edu

Nursing-Noble Place

LLC (2014)

Nursing LLC students will develop a sense of leadership and community while learning to work in a team and make good life choices.  They will also begin to develop critical thinking skills and a professional identity.

McCain Hall

Shelita Griffis

sdgriffi@ncat.edu 

  • The F.I.T. themed community will not be accepting any new students into the program for the 2018-19 academic school year. 

TC

Description  

Building Location  

Advisor

Advisor Contact Information

ICEE House

TC (2011)

Awareness of careers, skill requirements and leadership patterns for freshman and transfer students

Haley Hall

Denise Burston

dburston@ncat.edu

STEM

TC (2011)

First-year freshman majoring in Biology, Environmental Sciences, Chemistry, Physics, Engineering, Technology or Mathematics  with an interest in research, a desire to pursue a PhD, at least a 3.0 GPA and a 900 SAT score

Pride Hall

Ms. Johnson-Taylor

Dionne Wells 

jjtaylor@ncat.edu

dnhill1@ncat.edu 

Serenity Place

TC (2015)

Is part of the Collegiate Recovery (CRC) substance-free residential living program

To provide support to the unique needs of recovering students.  Our CRC focuses on integrating all dimensions of wellness as presented by SAMHSA, while creating a holistic understanding of what it means to be "healthy."  Serenity Place offers distinct advantages to those seeking on-campus collegiate recovery housing.

Haley Hall

Vivian Barnette, Ph.D., ABPP

vdbarnet@ncat.edu