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Propose a New Living-Learning Program

Since 2009, the University has seen great expansion in the number of students participating in living-learning communities, as well as an increase in the number of communities and faculty. For the 2017–18 academic year, 350 students will participate in 23 different living-learning communities.

Faculty Proposals for Sophomore Scholars in Residence

Faculty proposals are currently being accepted for Sophomore Scholars in Residence for the 2019–20 academic year. Courses are taught by dedicated and talented faculty members that serve as mentors to the students within the SSIR community, guiding them in their research and academic pursuits.

Interested faculty should discuss their proposals with Scott Johnson, Ph.D., associate provost for student academic initiatives. The proposal deadline is December 1, 2017.

Proposing First-Year or Themed Communities 

Students or faculty interested in developing a living-learning community for first-year students or a themed community, should contact Andrew Gurka, director of living-learning.