Active Living

Do you want your college experience to incorporate a healthy lifestyle? Do you enjoy being active, whether it is through fitness classes, regular workouts or outdoor adventure? Or are you looking for a healthy way to start your college experience?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may be a good fit for the Active Living LLC!

Students in the Active Living LLC live with other freshmen who are interested in the university's many opportunities to live a healthy, balanced lifestyle. They may participate in activities such as a casual game of sand volleyball, intramural flag football, yoga and a 5K fun run, and they cook and eat nutritious (and delicious) meals together.

*Because of scheduling conflicts, it's not recommended that NCAA athletes sign up for the Active Living LLC*

Just the Facts
Location: 1st & 2nd Floor, South Side Teresa Hall
Capacity: Up to 48 students
Faculty Member: Andy Lemons, Director of Campus Recreation
Linked Courses: Fall: Active Life (KINE 1160) & Spring: Active Life (KINE 1161)
Signature Events: LLC GroupX Classes, Camping Trip to Llano State Park
Founded: 2014

What is expected of you as a participant in the Active Living community?
  • Live with community members in Teresa Hall.
  • Enroll in a 1 credit kinesiology course in the fall and spring reserved just for the Active Living LLC.
  • Participate in monthy dinners or community outings.
  • Engage in community service each semester.

How do I apply?
Make sure you fill out the Living Learning Community page of your online housing application--we're looking forward to hearing from you!

 

Photos courtesy of Campus Recreation: Study Hard, Play Harder!