Living Learning Communities (LLCs) provide opportunities for students to develop relationships with faculty from a respective discipline in a residence hall setting. LLCs complement students' classroom experience by providing enriched lifelong learning opportunities. Through formal and informal activities, students' connection with faculty results in greater understanding of their academic pursuit, affirmation of career choice, and enhanced preparedness for a career path.
Students with common academic interests live together in the same residence hall and develop personal and academic relationships with other students and faculty from a field of study. Students participate in out-of-classroom enrichment activities that support their academic pursuits. As noted below, some LLCs are connected to specific courses that students take together.
For more information on any of CWU's Living Learning Communities, contact Ian Miller, Assistant Director, Residence Life at 509-963-1704 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
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