Your application to live in the Women in STEM LLC is part of the Residential Programs and Services housing application.
If you've not yet applied for housing
All residents must be approved to live in the Women in STEM Living-Learning Center. When you submit your housing application, make sure to include the Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Living-Learning Center in your preferences and complete the STEM application that appears in your to-do list.
If you've already applied for housing
If you have already applied for housing, simply log back into your housing application and update your preferences to indicate "Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math LLC." Then, complete the STEM application that appears in your to-do list.
Requirements and cost
There are two requirements to join the Women in STEM Living-Learning Center:
- A demonstrated interest and willingness to learn more about science, technology, engineering, and/or math. The Women in STEM Living-Learning Center accepts freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors including transfer students from a variety of majors and academic interests, including fields such as engineering, computer science, informatics, mathematics, biology, chemistry, astronomy, physics, geological sciences, cognitive science, neuroscience, and environmental science.
- Enrollment in a one-credit seminar course during the fall semester of your first year in the program. The seminar is designed to introduce you to careers in STEM fields and help you cultivate the skills required for a successful career both here at IU and beyond.
A $100 annual fee for all members of the Women in STEM community covers some of the costs of events and programs.