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The Living Learning Community (LLC) Program was the recipient of the 2015 SUNY Outstanding Student Affairs Program Award!
The Living Learning Community program is growing! The program began in 2008 with just two pilot communities: Math & Science and the Brockport Global Village. Since then, the program has grown in size and with nearly 850 students participating this year! Each community has its own set of goals and programming designed to meet those goals.
Living Learning Communities (LLCs) provide unique environments where select groups of students share common residential and learning experiences. Based on disciplinary and interdisciplinary themes, LLCs create intentional links between academic, social, and residential experiences.
- Living with students who share similar interests and passions
- Convenient, natural study groups
- Special on campus programming
- Unique field trips off campus
- Targeted academic enrichment
- Networking opportunities with Faculty, Staff and Alumni
- Dedicated LLC Math & Writing Tutors
First-Year Living Learning Communities
- Recreation & Fitness
- Green House
- Leadership & Community Service
- Delta College LLC
- Yellow Ribbon
- Law & Civility
- Perspectives on Humanity
- Biological Sciences & Psychology
- Brockport Global Village
- Future Health Professionals
- Honors House
- Academic Exploration
- Teachers of Tomorrow
- Nursing Intent
- Mathematics & Physical Sciences
- Creative Artists
Students with similar academic and co-curricular interests live and learn together, with over 850 students participating each year.
Each Living Learning Community is facilitated by Resident Assistants, Resident Directors, LLC Mentors, Faculty Partners and the Coordinator of Living Learning Communities. Faculty partners interact informally on a regular basis and also create formal programs, information session and get to know students on many levels.
There are two dedicated tutors for the Living Learning Communities Program; one for Writing and one for Mathematics. They hold hours right in the residence halls. Hours are also offered within the Department of Mathematics and The Student Learning Center. Many of these hours take place in the evening, allowing students to take advantage of tutoring around their schedules.
It is and honor and privilege to be a member of a Living Learning Community. Spaces are limited. Priority is given to students who demonstrate a commitment to academic success, intellectual curiosity, civic engagement and lifelong learning.
First Year students should see the first year housing page for information regarding the First Year Student Housing Application and timeline.
Returning and transfer students should visit The Residential Life webpage for information regarding the Returning Student Housing Application and timeline.
Please contact us for more information!
The Office of Residential Life/Learning Communities
Phone: (585) 395-2122