Do I have to choose to live in the Pitt Business Bruce Hall Living Learning Community?
Pitt Business will automatically route many freshmen into our Living Learning Community. However, it is not required that all business freshmen live in Bruce Hall. About half of the Pitt Business freshmen live in the Bruce Hall Living Learning Community.
I really want to live in the Bruce Hall Living Learning Community. Will I get in?
The Pitt Business Bruce Hall Living Learning Community will fill up quickly, so if you want to be given the best chances for placement in Bruce Hall, complete your housing application and submit your housing deposit as soon as possible to ensure a bed in our community.
Can I live in the Pitt Business Bruce Hall Living Learning Community with a non-business roommate?
Maybe. Bruce Hall is prioritized for Pitt Business students first. If you choose “RoomSync” with a non-business student we will still consider your request, but will continue to give priority to Pitt Business students.
Can I participate in Pitt Business Bruce Hall Living Learning Community programing if I don’t live in Bruce Hall?
While we have a lot of great programing for our students outside of Bruce Hall, the students in our community do have some specific Bruce Hall Living Learning Community only programming.
My housing application lists both Bruce Hall and the Pitt Business Living Learning Community, which do I choose?
If you’re interested in living on the Pitt Business Living Learning Community, then you will want to choose the LLC option (not the Bruce Hall) option on the application.
What does Bruce Hall look like?
Bruce Hall offers suite-style accommodations. Suites include a common room where students can relax together or study, as well as bedrooms, a private bathroom, and a kitchenette. In addition, Bruce Hall features space for classroom lectures, special events, and projects. You can see a list of amenities here and access a 360 degree view on our virtual tour. Also, be sure to check out our video to hear current residents give their perspective on the LLC.