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Business & Management Living Learning Communities

Each of the living learning communities in this category specialize in an aspect of business.  Maybe you have an entrepreneurial spirit and think you may want to start your own company someday?  Perhaps you find yourself wondering about the business behind the sports industry? If this fits for you, then you might want to join one of the living learning communities listed below. 

Please visit our Business & Management learning community partners, for additional information about programs they offer: Whitman School of Management; David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics; Sport Management Department; Sport Analytics Department.



Barbara Glazer Weinstein and Jerome S. Glazer Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship (CIE) Living Learning Community

  • Connect with and learn from entrepreneurial faculty through coursework and LLC dinners.
  • Explore your own venture developments with resources such as South Side Innovation Center and Blackstone LaunchPad.
  • Gain academic support from the personalized peer mentor assigned to your Learning Community.
  • Create friendships with fellow entrepreneurial students through social activities such as a challenge ropes course.
  • Live in DellPlain Hall on the 3rd floor, with newly renovated floors and a study lounge specifically crafted to support entrepreneurial work.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Open to first-year undergraduate SU students and selected upper-class students serving as peer mentors
  • Register for EEE 110/PST 110: Discovering the Entrepreneur Within (1 credit) in the fall semester.
  • Required participation in a minimum of four LLC events/activities.  Failure to participate may affect your ability to enroll in future LLCs.

Sport Analytics Living Learning Community

  • Network with sport analytics faculty members who can further enhance your college experience and expand your professional network.
  • Visit local industry partners to see firsthand the economics of sports in action, such as touring our Division I athletic facilities.
  • Gain personal and academic support from an upperclass LLC peer mentor who is also a sport analytics major.
  • Participate in fun and engaging trips to Syracuse Crunch Hockey games and visits to the Basketball Hall of Fame.
  • Live in Flint Hall on the 2nd floor, with study lounges and academic classroom spaces.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Open to first-year undergraduate students majoring in sport analytics.
  • Register for HSH 101: First-Year Gateway (1 credit), SPM 201: Professional Development in Sport Management (1 credit) and WRT 105: Practices of Academic Writing (3 credits) in the fall semester.
  • Required participation in a minimum of four LLC events/activities.  Failure to participate may affect your ability to enroll in future LLCs.

Sport Management Living Learning Community

  • Network with faculty, sports professionals, and alumni who work in the fast paced and competitive sport management profession.
  • Participate in conversations with heads of different sport management clubs and Head Manager of Division I Syracuse Football.
  • Be surrounded by peers that share the same major and career aspirations.
  • Participate in fun and engaging trips to Syracuse Crunch Hockey games and visits to the Basketball Hall of Fame.
  • Live in Flint Hall on the 3rd floor, with study lounges and academic classroom spaces.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Open to first-year undergraduate sport management students only.
  • Register for SPM 205: Principles of Sport Management (3 credits), HSH 101: First Year Gateway (1 credit), and WRT 105: Practices of Academic Writing (3 credits) in the fall semester.
  • Required participation in a minimum of four LLC events/activities.  Failure to participate may affect your ability to enroll in future LLCs.

Whitman Leadership Living Learning Community

  • Connect with Whitman faculty and staff who can further enhance your college experience and expand your professional network.
  • Visit industry partners that prioritize professional development for their leaders in business.
  • Live and learn alongside your fellow Whitman Leadership Scholars.
  • Participate in fun and engaging activities such as trips to 5wits escape rooms and local businesses.
  • Live in DellPlain Hall on the 8th floor, with newly renovated floors and in close proximity to the Martin J. Whitman School of Management.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Open to first-year and second-year undergraduate Whitman Leadership Scholars only.
  • Register for SOM 122: Perspectives of Business and Management (3 credits).
  • Required participation in a minimum of four LLC events/activities.  Failure to participate may affect your ability to enroll in future LLCs.