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Education Living Learning Communities

Are you planning on going into a career in the field of education? The learning communities found below offer a variety of ways for you to explore your passions while receiving support to ensure your success in college.

Please visit our Education living learning community partners, for additional information about programs they offer: School of Education; Writing Program.

Education Living Learning Community

  • Develop relationships and create networking opportunities with School of Education faculty and staff.
  • Be exposed to education focused service learning in the Syracuse community.
  • Participate in open dialogue with peers about the dynamics in the field of education.
  • Have fun with fellow education majors through social activities such as white water rafting and a challenge ropes course.
  • Live in Flint Hall on the 4th floor, with study lounges, academic classroom spaces, and where the required LLC courses are taken in the comfort of the residence hall.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Open to first-year undergraduate education students only (including dually enrolled students with Arts and Sciences, Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics, and Visual and Performing Arts).
  • Register for WRT 105: Practices of Academic Writing (3 credits) and EDU 101: First Year Forum (1 credit) required courses for fall semester.
  • Required participation in a minimum of four LLC events/activities.  Failure to participate may affect your ability to enroll in future LLCs.