University of Southern Indiana

Living Learning Communities

In the University of Southern Indiana's Pott College of Science, Engineering, and Education, first-year students with similar interests, goals and academic programs can be placed together in on-campus housing within a Science or Education Living Learning Community. The Pott College Living Learning Communities help students create a strong link between their lives and learning experiences in the classroom. Students who reside in the Living Learning Community enjoy all the same amenities as other residents and benefit from a unique living experience.

The Living Learning Communities at the University of Southern Indiana were established to provide experiences that foster the intellectual, academic and personal growth of its residents. Residents are expected to respect and learn from one another and to participate in activities and events organized by the program and the community.

Pott College LLC – whether you are majoring in one of Pott College’s sciences, math, or kinesiology and sport, this LLC can be your home. You will participate in a mentoring program and interact with USI faculty. Your LLLC might involve STEM-related field trips, competitions, and health and wellness events. Maybe you will perform experiments on food from Evansville’s Fall festival or work with local K-12 science students!

Dr. Glenna G. Bower 

Engineering LLC – If you are an engineering major, this is the LLC for you! No matter what kind of engineering you are interested in, you will find friends and excitement here. You will participate in a mentoring program and interact with USI’s faculty. Your LLC might hold engineering challenges, help out with First Lego League and robotic competitions or tour local companies.

Dr. Susan Ely and Dr. Jenna Kloosterman

Education – are you majoring in elementary, early childhood or special education? Come live and learn with other students who want to be the teachers someday. When you live in this LLC, you will get your first taste of working with kids during your very first year in college. Your LLC will include a mentoring program, interact with USI faculty and visit with area teachers to learn more about careers in education.

Terry Branson

Students interested in continuing to live in a Pott College of Science, Engineering, and Education campus community for their sophomore, junior, or senior year, please go to the following PC3 website

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