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          Office of Residence Life & Housing
          Pogue Student Center, Room 215
          405 Scotland Road
          Edinboro, PA 16444
          Phone: (814) 732-2818
          Fax: (814) 732-2314
          Email: boroliving@edinboro.edu

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          Living Learning Communities



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          Living Learning Communities (LLCs) provide students with opportunities to interact with faculty and fellow students outside of the classroom in a living environment that promotes student success.
          Life-enriching experiences

          Life-enriching experiences

          Residents of EU Living-Learning Communities build lasting friendships, share innovative ideas and work together to achieve success.

          ROTC supports Fighting Scots football

          ROTC supports Fighting Scots football

          ROTC students are involved in leadership roles across campus.

            The Living Learning Communities at Edinboro University are intentionally designed student communities combining the same major, field of study or area of interest. Participants share ideas, help each other with projects and assignments and engage with faculty and staff in outside-the-classroom programs, activities and events. These communities are abbreviated as LLCs.

            Students residing in LLCs perform better academically, demonstrated in higher Grade Point Averages. Living in an LLC will be one of the most influential aspects of university life. Why choose an LLC?

            • Your scholar-in-residence will help you to get connected on campus.
            • The community fosters career-based relationships with peers.
            • You will grow and develop skill sets in balancing social, work and academic commitments, time management and the creative ability to navigate and solve your own problems.
            • The community promotes career interest and career exploration in collaboration with your scholar-in-residence.
            • Spontaneous and intentional learning opportunities arise within and between living-learning communities.

            Scholars-in-residence promote personal and intellectual growth in focused and student-centered academic environments. A scholar-in-residence is a student leader dedicated to developing community around the academic field or interest area.

            2017-2018 Living Learning Communities

            The Arts
            Criminal Justice
            Education
            Global Living Learning

            Honors
            ROTC
            Social Sciences/Humanities (psychology, political science, foreign languages, Latin American studies, social sciences, sociology and history)
            STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
            First Year Experience
            Fredrick Douglass (Focusing on systems and social change)

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            How to Apply

            Honors students: Indicate your desire to participate in the Honors Program living-learning community on the housing agreement, available to you once you have submitted your $75 housing pre-payment.