Fine Arts Living-Learning Community

The Fine Arts Living-Learning Community is located in Putt Hall. It offers unique academic and creative opportunities for students in the College of Fine Arts and other students who are interested in fine arts with an artistically enriching residential learning environment.

Fine Arts LLC LogoLLC Highlights

  • Close proximity to Cogswell Hall, which houses the College of Fine Arts.
  • Music majors can utilize the baby grand piano in the lobby, while students majoring in art and art education can work in the designated learning spaces in the building.
  • Share experiences with your neighbors who are in your major/college.
  • Participate in programs that showcase the talents of residents within the community.
  • Students in this LLC interact with peers and faculty across multiple artistic disciplines.

Clusters in this LLC

  • Human Development and Family Science, Family and Consumer Sciences, Fashion Merchandising, and Interior Design Cluster: Students with these majors can live and learn together in their respective fields
  • Art Cluster: Students interested in art and art education can display their artwork and connect with others of similar passions
  • Music Cluster: Provides students interested in and involved with any of the music majors/campus groups with a place to practice and relax together
  • Theater and Dance Cluster: Students can utilize the study room with a dance floor to practice and hang out with one another outside of the classroom and stage.

Resource rooms

Fine Arts Partners

Dave Ferguson

Interim Dean, College of Fine Arts

Kristen Koehler

Executive Director of the Lively Arts, College of Fine Arts

Karen Scarton

Assistant Professor of Interior Design, Department of Human Development, Fashion, and Interior Design

Michael Schwartz

Assistant Professor, Department of Theatre, Dance, and Performance