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Living Learning Communities

 

Restricted Sections for Living Learning Communities

A Living-Learning Community (LLC) is a group of students living together in the same residence hall based on a common interest, professional career track, or major. Every spring and fall semester, specific sections are reserved for students in an LLC, these restricted sections are designated an R in the section number and are assigned to a specific cohort. Students must be part of the specific Learning Community cohort to be allowed into the section. Learn more about Living Learning Communities.

 

When do the left over seats get released for the general population?

  • On August 1st August 9th for Fall
  • The Monday before Thanksgiving for Spring               

 

List of active Learning Communities:

  • LCAC- Acting Learning Community
  • LCBL- Black and Latinx Studies Learning Community
  • LCBS- Bobcat Start Up Learning Community
  • LCBU- Business Learning Community
  • LCTL- Future Teachers Learning Community
  • LCMC- Journalism and Mass Communication Learning Community
  • LCMT- Musical Theatre Learning Community
  • LCHN- Honors Learning Community
  • LCNU- Pre-Nursing Learning Community
  • LCPM- Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Learning Community
  • LCPY- Psychology Learning Community
  • RCLC- Residential College Learning Community
  • LCSR- Sound Recording Technology Learning Community
  • LCST- Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Learning Community
  • LCTR- Terry Scholars Learning Community
  • LCRO- ROTC Learning Community