Learning Communities > Overview
What is a Learning Community?
A Learning Community is a small group of students that are connected through common classes or interest areas. It is a great way for students to build a network of study partners and friends and to develop close relationships with faculty and staff.
Purpose & Benefits
The purpose of learning communities is to ease the transition for first year students into college life, as well as to support student learning and academic success.
Academic Learning Communities
Academic Learning Communities (LC’s) are organized by major, each consisting of 20-35 students from the major who share their Discovery class and at least one other class for the quarter. Read More...
Living Learning Communities
Living Learning Communities (LLC) consist of 10-30 students, housed on the same floor in a residence hall, that share and explore a common interest in a designated topic area. Read More...