Meeting others, studying in groups, interacting with your professors, being active in class—these are keys to success in college.
Learning Communities and Living-Learning Communities can help you do all these things.
A Learning Community is a group of students who take two to four classes together.
You'll get to know your classmates more quickly and feel at ease faster than if you were facing a new group of people in each classroom.
You can feel more comfortable speaking up in class because you know everyone.
Living-Learning Communities provide distinctive settings where your academic success is supported through residential experiences.
Living-Learning Communities bring academics into the residence halls through on-site classes, advising and referral services, tutors and special opportunities to interact with faculty.
- More about Living-Learning Communities, including how to apply
- List of Living-Learning Communities at UA