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.

For future educators, the Education Learning Community provides a space for students to develop academic and social bonds with their peers. Students in this learning community also have opportunities to meet and hear professors from the College of Education and they develop a Learning Portfolio that they will use throughout their time as undergraduates.

Already accepted to a Learning Community? Plan your schedule now.

2015-2016 Courses

  • Fall Courses
  • ENGL 1301: Composition & Rhetoric I (section TBD)
  • PSYC 1301.05: Introduction to Psychology (CRN 80801)
  • UNIV 1301.72: Introduction to Collegiate Studies (CRN 82502)
  • Spring Courses
  • CIEE 2333: Becoming a Teacher
  • ENGL 1302: Composition & Rhetoric II
  • BIOL 1436 and 1436: Foundations of Science and Lab
  • UNIV 1301 - Spring Connections only