Living Learning Communities
- Strengthen the ethos of scholarship within residential environments
- Strengthen residents' abilities and skills relating to faculty with an outcome of improved academic performance
- Strengthen residents' engagement in campus life with an outcome of improved meaningful social connections
- Strengthen residents' ability to manage their time, money, relationships, and health
- Living Learning Communities are organized around a shared academic major, a shared interest, or shared classification.
- The communities fill on a first-come, first-served basis. Incoming students can select a Living Learning Community on the online residence hall and dining contract.
Take your pick and get the additional advantages of living in a Living Learning Community.
SIX choices for academic Living Learning Communities:
Business Learning Community (Rider Hall):
Elementary / Early Childhood Education Learning Community (Lawther Hall):
Music Learning Community (Noehren Hall):
Honors Learning Community (Campbell Hall):
Biology Learning Community (Noehren Hall): (New for fall 2014)
Exploring Major Learning Community (Bender Hall): (New for fall 2014
SIX Choices for non-academic Living Learning Communities:
Wellness Learning Community (Bender Hall):
Second Year Experience Community (Hagemann Hall):
Transfer Learning Community (Shull Hall):