Living Learning Center
The School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering Living Learning Center (SICE LLC) is a community of diverse, motivated first-year students interested in technology. Informatics, Computer Science, and Intelligent Systems Engineering majors, alongside other freshman with an interest in the tech world, participate in a dynamic residential program that focuses on personal development, leadership, academic success, and professional branding.
As a community member in the SICE LLC, you will have access to a network of faculty, staff, mentors, employers, and resources to assist with your transition to college. Through social programs and community trips, you will build new friendships, forge lifetime bonds, and discover like-minded individuals who will support, motivate, and challenge you toward success.
How to Apply
The IU housing application opens February 1 and the priority deadline is May 1. However, once you know you’re interested in the SICE Living Learning Center, please complete the application and pay the $200 application fee. Space is limited and in high demand, so interested students should apply and pay the fee sooner versus later. Any updates made to the application after this date may or may not be taken into consideration during assignment.
- Indicate your preference for the SICE LLC on your IU housing application.
- Answer each of the three (3) SICE LLC essay questions in 150-200 words.
You will be notified if your application has been chosen for a second round of review (Phase 2).
Note: This does not mean you’ve been selected to live in the SICE LLC. If you are selected to live in the SICE LLC, you will be notified by June 1.
The SICE LLC is located in Teter Quad, in the Central Neighborhood.
For additional information about the SICE LLC, contact Paul Hafner, Associate Director for the SICE LLC at email@example.com.