Quick Facts

  • Students in a learning community attend three learning community classes together each semester;
  • This is not a residential learning community; students in this program are not grouped in the same residence hall;
  • For more information, visit our FAQs page.

The Leadership Learning Community provides first-year students with a space to explore their potential and personality and to build upon their strengths to develop into a leader. In addition to taking core classes together, students will identify and work on their strengths, take leadership assessments, develop a passion to become lifelong learners, and build a community with future SHSU leaders.

If the Leadership Learning Community interests you, you should also consider starting personal exploration, engagement, and community building during the summer through Bearkat Camp.  In this four day, three night camp for incoming SHSU freshman, you’ll experience the spirit, pride, and traditions of SHSU.

2014-2015 Courses

  • Fall Courses
  • ENGL 1301: Composition & Rhetoric I
  • HIST 1301: United States History to 1876
  • UNIV 1301: Introduction to Collegiate Studies
  • Spring Courses
  • ENGL 1302: Composition & Rhetoric II
  • PSYC 1301: Introduction to Psychology
  • HIST 1302: United States History Since 1876
  • UNIV 1301.05 (CRN 22656)
    Spring Connections only