At the University of Southern Indiana, freshmen with similar interests, goals and academic programs can be placed on designated floors within the residence halls. These living learning communities (LLCs) help students create a strong link between their lives in the residence hall and learning experiences in the classroom.
Liberal Arts Living Learning Communities
The Social Justice Living Learning Community is a collaboration between the political science, psychology, social work, sociology, anthropology, and criminal justice departments and the legal studies program. This living learning community is open to freshman students interested in making positive social change for the benefit of all individuals.
English and Theatre Arts
This living learning community combines students of English with students of theatre and will reward participants in both majors, who will discover the natural commerce between disciplines. The LLC experience will engage students in a block of six classes spread over two semesters, four of which will qualify for core curriculum credit and two more which are chosen to unify the group.