The Kinesiology Living-Learning Community is a community for students pursuing majors in the School of Kinesiology. Students living in this community can expect a learning environment that focuses on a variety of issues, specialty areas, and careers related to kinesiology.

Academic Peer Mentors:


Residence Hall

Studebaker East Residence HallStudebaker East

The eight-story Studebaker East is the new home to the Health Professions LLC. The residence hall houses 430 residents and went through an extensive renovation in the fall semester of 2012.

Studebaker East, also known as Stu East, is near Kinghorn Residence Hall, Studebaker West Residence Hall, and Noyer Residence Hall. The building is near the Jo Ann Gora Student, the university health center, Tom John – Kinghorn’s Micro Café, and several academic buildings.

This residence hall has free WIFI, a fitness room, spacious lounges and study spaces, a game room, and a music room.

The hall itself is coed, has centralized air conditioning, includes semi-private bathrooms (a bathroom shared by a small number of students), and the beds are stackable.

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Each Living-Learning Community has notable experiences for students. For the Kinesiology LLC this includes:

  • Mock Practical: Partnered with the Health Professions and Nursing LLCs, the Mock Practical program impersonates the anatomy exam that those in this overarching area of focus is required to take. This program helps provide resources and guidance to support students as they prepare for the anatomy exam.

Resource Room

Students living in this community can expect an environment that focuses on learning about the different majors and careers within the health field.

This space generally hosts programming and support coordinated by the Kinesiology Academic Peer Mentor. It also houses course-specific learning resources such as anatomical models, books, and various study materials.

Academic partners:


  • Exercise Science
  • Sport Administration
  • Teaching Major in Physical Education and Health

Learn About All of Our Living-Learning Communities

Our Living-Learning Communities are part of a university-wide set of programs that provide a supportive environment for students living on campus.

Living-Learning Communities