The German Language and Culture Living-Learning Community is an exciting living option that allows students who are interested in German language and culture to connect with fellow students who share those similar interests. It is open to Rutgers students of all majors and class years and will provide you with a fun, engaging residential environment that has a strong sense of community.

Bishop Quad on the College Avenue Campus

Programs and Activities Offered:
The community offers various opportunities that will introduce
students and allow for the discovery of German, Austrian, and Swiss
culture. Events and activities include:
• Conversation tables
• German Movie Nights
• Field trips to Oktoberfest, the annual Stueben parade, theaters, operas, museums, concerts and other cultural events in NYC, Princeton and New Brunswick.
• Fun and interesting German-related activities for the community.

Participation Requirements:
All members of the community will be enrolled in the 1.5 credit course Contemporary German Media and Society (German 470:299) which counts toward the German major and minor and can be taken an unlimited number of times.

For additional information, please visit the Living Learning Communities website at

For more information about the community and an application contact Professor Nicholas Rennie at or Ghada Endick, Director of Learning Communities at