Members of Living Learning Communities (LLCs) are students who want to take the initiative to create their own learning opportunities.
With the support of the faculty sponsor and Residence Life staff, LLC members plan and participate in various house events.
SPRING [prior to living in LLC]
FALL/SPRING [while living in LLC]
While it is expected that students will take responsibility for creating their own learning opportunities around the house theme, faculty sponsors have an integral role in an LLC’s success through informally advising house members as they plan events and encouraging reflection.
SPRING [prior to implementing the LLC]
FALL/SPRING [during the LLC]
All LLCs are assigned to a College Representative; a graduate student staff member who is a programming resource and provides general RA-type support. Faculty sponsors are not expected to provide administrative or logistical assistance.
During the academic year, we anticipate spending, on average, 2 hours/month interacting with students in the following ways:
Aug/Sept: Meet with students to initiate events
Jan/Feb: Meet with students to guide them in reflection & initiate spring semester events
Attend house programs (as schedule permits)
Meet/communicate regularly with students
Suggest topics for programs/events