Enhance your academic experience through peer support and social engagement of the Wellness Living Learning Community (LLC).
The Wellness LLC is more than just working out and being physically fit. It is an opportunity for students who are interested in incorporating the seven dimensions of wellness into their college experience to define a balanced lifestyle.
Who lives in the Wellness community?
This LLC is designed for:
- Students with an interest in total wellness
- Students with a passion for an active lifestyle
Wellness students live together in Noren Hall.
How do I apply?
Indicate your preference to live in the Wellness LLC when you complete your Housing Application. Assignments for Living Learning Communities will be completed in conjunction with all housing assignments.
What are the benefits of living in the Wellness LLC?
This unique living arrangement gives you a ready network of friends sharing your interests and career goals. Being part of this close-knit community will help make it easier for you to get involved in student organizations and campus events. You'll also have learning experiences as early as your first semester on campus designed to assist with your professional development while at UND and beyond.
- Differentiated wing environment
- Leadership opportunities
- Group activities promoting wellness
- Opportunity to give back to the community
- Active partnership with various campus organizations, including the Wellness Center
Activities, Events and Programs
- Weekly running club
- Sunrise yoga
- Wellness floor competition: gain points for practicing wellness
- CVIC Partnership painting event
- Outdoor games: cornhole, spikeball
- Staff and resident bonding
Previously, the Wellness LLC in conjunction with Patrick Marcoe from UND Wellness Programs led a group of 14 students on a guided trip of Lake Bronson State Park, Minnesota.
The diverse group included international students from China, students from North Dakota, South Dakota, and Minnesota, and professional staff hailing from Wisconsin and Maine.
The students spent the day exploring the park’s trails, navigating the waterways in kayaks and canoes, spotting wildlife like whitetail deer and bald eagles, hiking out to abandoned sheep ranches and ended the afternoon with a tutorial on fire building. Dinner included roasting their own hotdogs over an open fire, and some of the students experienced the American tradition of s’mores for the first time.
Learn More About Wellness Housing
Contact housing@UND.edu for more information on housing.