The Women in Science, Technology, Informatics, and Mathematics (STIM) Living-Learning Center is home to a group of undergraduate women with a passion for science, technology, informatics, and mathematics. Residents live in an academically supportive environment in which they are encouraged to build strong connections to faculty, graduate students, and their peers. Throughout the year, residents have access to a variety of resources and experiences, including a professional development seminar course, mentoring by faculty and graduate students, visits to research facilities, networking with faculty and visiting scholars, career development workshops and panels, and research and internship opportunities.
The Computers and Computing community is noted for the strong sense of community and belonging among its affiliates. The students enjoy having a computer lab on their floor which was updated with new computers in 2012. The community has the benefit of working with a faculty affiliate in informatics to help plan activities related to computers and technology. This community is open to women and men with an interest in computers and a willingness to learn from one's peers.