Living Learning Communities
Marymount’s Office of Campus and Residential Services offers opportunities for undergraduate students with similar interests to live together in themed communities. Each themed community provides its residents with an atmosphere dedicated to academic success, student support, and activities geared for the enrichment of their residents.
The Women of Faith Community
Located in Gerard Hall, this community is designed bring together women of all faiths and religions to discuss and explore topics of spirituality. Past programs have included service-learning opportunities, weekly afternoon teas to discuss various topics, and attending campus events together. This community partners with MU Campus Ministry to plan programs and create connections within Campus Ministry.
Marymount University Global Thinkers Community
The Global Thinkers Residential Community is a community for both U.S. and international students, geared toward diversifying global knowledge and enhancing mutual respect and understanding among students of different backgrounds. Members will be engaged in a number of cross-cultural programs and experiences to enhance their sensitivity to diversity and the promotion of social justice across borders. This community is open to both male and female students and is located in Gerard Hall.
Marymount University Scholar's Community
MU Scholar's Community (MSC) is a new residential learning community for both Honors students and high academic achieving students who share a unique passion for academics, learning, and creating an educationally supportive community of like-minded individuals. Students focused on developing interpersonal and academic competencies will find their ideal home in the Marymount Scholars Community. Open to both male and female first year and upperclassmen students, this community benefits from extended quiet hours, interactive and dynamic programs led by a live-in Resident Assistant with collaborations from faculty and staff across disciplines and departments. Admission to the MSC requires a minimum GPA upon entry into the community of a 3.25. This GPA must be maintained through the duration of the students’ residence in the community. MSC is located on the 3rd
floors of Gerard Hall. This community is open to men and women.