Learning Communities provide students with the opportunity to develop friendships and experience learning as a dynamic exchange of ideas and perspectives during their transition to campus life. A learning community is a set of linked courses that place students with similar interests together in two or three courses. Please see the exciting list of Learning Community Options below to find the theme that most interests you - then make your choices in CatWalk!
Learning Communities Offered 2014-2015
Please visit each Learning Community page for more information about the cohort theme, individual course descriptions, and faculty bios.
Athletics in the University
Explore how athletics in the university setting connects with your academic career. Visit this page to learn more about this cohort – LC01.
Power, Citizenship, and Public Discourse
Examine the connections between your academic goals and role as a university citizen. Visit this page to learn more about this cohort – LC02.
The Ripple Effect
We believe that information, converted into action, followed by structured critical reflection, can lead to a ripple effect ultimately bringing about social change. Bring your heart, mind, and soul -- and prepare to embark on a journey where you will become a part of something that is bigger than you, but better because of you. Visit this page to learn more about this cohort – LC 05.
We believe that one teacher can change the world, one student at a time. Designed for students interested in becoming educators, this cohort will offer a holistic educational experience in an engaged environment among your peers and working with your Peer Mentors and faculty in the College of Education and Allied Professions. Visit this page to learn more about this cohort – LC06.