- Are you looking for an informal study group?
- Do you want extra attention from a faculty member so you can excel?
- Would you like to meet students who share similar interests?
- Are you simply searching for a support network to help you through your first year of college life?
Then consider these options …
Residential Learning Communities (LCs)
These communities comprise selected freshmen and faculty-in-residence who share academic interests and want to benefit socially and academically by living and learning together—whether it means participating in field trips or sharing meals. The 2014–15 communities will revolve around these themes:
– Psychology in Everyday Life
– WAKE UP! Cultural Rebellion from Buddhism to the Present
– Spirityality and Society
First-Year Interest Groups (FIGs)
Like our learning communities, FIGS are designed around a specific academic interest, but students are not required to live together on campus—and that makes this ideal for commuter students. FIGs are offered in almost every academic area. Based on a student’s academic interest, he or she will choose a FIG during summer advising and registration.
Open to Majors Only:
– Arts Management
– Cinema Studies
– Creative Writing
– Media, Society, and the Arts
– New Media
– Playwriting and Screenwriting
– Theatre and Performance
Open to All Students:
– Art History
– Environment, Society, and Transformation
– Latin American Studies
– Mathematics/Computer Science
– Political Science
– Service Learning