Living Learning Communities

Living Learning Communities (LLCs) provide student learning opportunities outside of the classroom that strengthen student intellectual and personal growth. They are designed to integrate curricular and co-curricular experiences that complement and extend classroom learning by fostering faculty and resident interaction that enhances the intellectual and personal development of the residents. The various communities are structured so that students have a high degree of involvement in the program. Participants in LLC are enrolled in the same class(es) and participate in social and academic groups while residing in Guinn Hall. All courses offered in the LLC program are a part of the University core curriculum. 
Living Learning Communities are beneficial in providing students frequent interaction with faculty and university leaders, access to peer advisor and community study hours, assistance in reaching academic goals, classroom learning extended to the residence hall, a means to address social and academic concerns, network of friends, community spirit and tendency to achieve higher grades and rate of retention. Check out the following current Living Learning Community opportunities:

  • College of Business
  • College of Arts & Sciences
    • Arts: Art, Dance, Drama and Music Majors
    • Psychology Majors
  • College of Health Sciences Majors
  • College of Nursing Majors
  • College of Professional Education Majors
  • Commuter (students living off campus)
  • Civic Engagement
  • Honors Scholars Program Members
  • Lead Maroon: Leadership
  • President Leadership Council
  • Recreation
  • SUCCESS: Mentoring for 1st Generation College Students
  • STEM: Science, Engineering, and Math majors
  • Terry’s Scholars Program Members
  • Explorer
  • Health and Wellbeing

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