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The Living Learning communities aim to provide students with the opportunity to gain the support of their fellow students in the same program who have the same interests, all the while experiencing living in residence. The communities will work closely together with the Academic and community RA, faculty and other supports on campus. Students living in these spaces will have the opportunity to engage with academic faculty at an informal level outside of the classroom. Students in the Recreation community will have the opportunity to engage with the Recreation Coordinator.

 

The Academic and Community RA (ACRA) will lead and guide the communities, along with the connection with Faculty and Staff within the departments. The LLC is a great place to live and will make the students’ academic experience even better! 

 

This year we have four LLCs, Science, Psychology, Child and Youth and a Recreation community! More information below.

 

The LLC applications for the 2018 - 2019 year are due no later than August 1st, 2018.

The Science LLC offers students a unique opportunity to live with their peers and pursue their passion for science. While living here, students will have support from others in the same program, from their own Mount Mentor, the ACRA and a faculty member from the Science department

Programs and activities geared towards your program:

  • Meet and Greet with the Science department members
  • Study sessions/Group studying for core Science courses
  • Academic & Career Advising
  • Organized Dinners with the Dean of Arts & Science and/or Chairs of the department
  • Peer tutoring and support
  • Lab report writing sessions

The Psychology LLC offers students a unique opportunity to live with their peers and pursue their passion for psychology. While living here, students will have support from others in the same program, from their own Mount Mentor, the ACRA and a faculty member from the Arts (psychology department)!

Programs and activities geared towards your program:

  • Meet and Greet with the Psychology department members
  • Study sessions/Group studying for core Psychology courses
  • Academic & Career Advising
  • Organized Dinners with the Dean of Arts and Science/or Chairs of the department
  • Peer tutoring and support

New this year is the Child and Youth Studies Living Learning Community. This community will offer students an opportunity to engage and learn with fellow CHYS students. Students will have support from others in the same program, with their own Mount Mentor, the ACRA and a faculty member from the Child and Youth Studies Department!

 Programs and activities geared towards your program:

  • Meet and Greet with the Child and Youth Studies department members
  • Study sessions/Group studying for core Child and Youth courses
  • Academic & Career Advising
  • Practicum information sessions
  • Organized Dinners with the Dean of Arts and Science/or Chairs of the department
  • Peer tutoring and support

New this year is the Recreation Living Learning Community! Students who love and focus on living a life full of active recreational activities will dive into this community will fellow students interested in recreation. Students will work closely with the Recreation & Athletics Coordinator, the ACRA and have their own Mount Mentor!

Programs and activities geared towards your interests:

  • Meet and Greet with the staff in the Athletics & Recreation Department
  • Group fitness classes hosted by personal trainers
  • Field trips to recreational activities
  • Academic & Career Advising
  • One-on-one fitness evaluations