Why Join?

why-join.jpg

Hear from present and past LC participants about their expereinces in the LCs.

Read More

Living with a diverse group of freshmen in the Multicultural Living-Learning Community and participating together in the class and floor activities allowed us to bond and create great memories.

Nikki Jett-El
Visual and Performing Arts
2014

Nikki Jett-Elsu_seal

STOP BIAS @ SU

stopbias.jpg

STOP Bias is an educational campaign dedicated to preventing acts of bias on the SU campus.

Learn More

We invite you to join a learning community at SU. Participation in a learning community supports you in developing skills and attitudes that enhance academic achievement, helps you make friends quickly and easily, and gives you the tools to balance your academic and social lives.

How Do I Sign Up?

Learning community and interest housing options are available for both new students and current students.  Once you have determined which options are a good fit for you, you need to complete the process by signing up.

Before deciding to request participation in a learning community or interest housing, make sure that you are willing to make a commitment to being an active participant.  The more you put into your learning community (and college!) experience, the more you'll get out of it.

 

If you are a new, incoming first-year student, click below to learn how to sign up for a learning community.


If you are a current student at SU, click below to learn how to sign up for a learning community.

Which LC's for Me?

which-one-for-me.jpg

There are many LCs to chose from. Click to learn about all the options available to you.

Read More

US News Best Colleges RankingSince 2004, U.S. News and World Report has ranked Syracuse University’s Learning Communities as one of the top 24 learning   community programs in the United States and as an “Academic Program to Look For” – indicating an outstanding academic program that is believed to lead to student success

 link

 link

link