Fine Arts(Picasso, Gillespie, and Fosse clusters)
Fine Arts community provides opportunities for students to explore their
interests in music, art, theater, and dance. This is accomplished by providing
students relate-able programs and events and offering them the chance to interact
with guest speakers and artists. By providing these experiences, we enable
students to amplify their talents and increase appreciation for the fine arts.
Social Justice and Civic Engagement
Social Justice and Civic Engagement community engages students in a residential
setting where individuals are encouraged to be involved locally and globally.
Faculty, professional, and student involvement is realized through programming
themed around related clusters. These enable students to develop holistically,
to grow personally and academically, and to become agents of change for the
betterment of society.
this community, we embrace opportunities to interact with, engage in serious
conversations with, and learn from persons of diverse cultures and backgrounds.
This is achieved by providing Asian Studies and Piso Cervantes clusters, by
participating in programs with faculty and professional staff, and by being an
active, engaged community member. Our shared perspectives allow us to partner
in international education by broadening our understanding and appreciation of
each other’s’ beliefs, cultures, and customs, leading to the knowledge and
skill set to live and work in a global society.
Suites on Maple–East
Wellness Community promotes a healthy lifestyle and provides opportunities for
additional learning outside of the classroom. Learning is accomplished through
programming, faculty speakers, supplemental instruction, providing resources,
and by interacting with other students. The community is designed to support
the improved quality of life and academic achievement of residents.
Education and Educational Technology
mission of the living-learning Education Community (includes Communications
Media) is to foster an environment that promotes the learning and development
of students through supportive staff members, interaction with faculty, and
delivery of resources and opportunities outside the classroom.
Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Northern Suites community facilitates Living-Learning opportunities for
students with majors in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, as
well as Safety Sciences majors. This is accomplished through community-building
and college transition programming, through major-specific programming within
the building, including tutoring and academic support, and through community
involvement and philanthropy. These activities are designed to enrich the
residents’ college experience by helping them gain a deeper understanding of
their chosen discipline, while acknowledging their obligation to the broader
community and instilling lifelong learning skills.
Development Community provides opportunities for students to grow and develop a
strong sense of self and a habit of reflection to understand and appreciate
personal strengths, values, and leadership philosophy.
is accomplished through the application of leadership development theory and
our commitment to modeling social change and utilizing experiential learning
opportunities to empower our students to become active citizens and leaders in
the university community and the world.
Business Living-Learning Community provides residential learning opportunities
for students enrolled in the Eberly College of Business and Information
Technology residing in Stephenson Hall. Learning is fostered through
collaborative learning and cocurricular activities between the college and the
residence hall, with emphasis placed on business-related topics. These
opportunities are designed to increase student retention and academic success
by providing a bridge between their living and learning communities.
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