Living Learning Communities
Living Learning Communities provide an opportunity for students to live together with common interests and provide a platform on developing lasting friendships.
Living Learning Communities and locations:
Bring a small pet that fits the requirements to reside with you while you attend CU. Only small animals and caged animals are permitted with vet paperwork, consent to follow the small pet policy (will be posted soon), and a non-refundable pet fee of $200. Available to upperclassmen only in Brook Trout, Reinhard Villages.
For exploratory freshmen, in any major or undeclared, that provides an opportunity to access your skills and values at Clarion University. Offered to freshmen in Suites on Main South.
If you are thinking about teaching as a profession, then you are a unique individual who wants a career that literally changes lives. Sharing a floor with like-minded students, people who endeavor to influence the future, is one great way to gain support on your journey to becoming a successful teacher. Offered to students in all certification areas from Early Childhood to High School and Special Education, the interactions with other education majors and School of Education faculty will be invaluable to growing as a professional, networking for success, and developing lasting relationships that will help you navigate your major and launch your career. Offered to freshmen and upperclassmen in Valley View Suites.
Change Minds. Change the World. Teach.
Premier community for students who are interested in all aspects of gaming. It affords you the opportunity to live and learn with students who are passionate about games - whether it be console games, board games, or any other kind of game. The Gaming LLC seeks to provide a central hub for campus gamers in an accepting and friendly atmosphere. Gaming LLC seeks to integrate the social aspects of gaming as well as to involve the campus community in gaming events. In this community, you will do more than just relax and have fun; you will learn to apply the skills you use when playing games for your personal and academic growth. Playing games can enhance your communication, leadership, and teamwork skills, fostering soft skills that will help you in your studies and future endeavors. A dedicated space with some consoles and games is provided, so everyone can play games together regardless of whether or not they have a gaming environment on campus. Students will also be able to suggest events that they would like to bring to the Community to further their knowledge and understanding of games. Offered to freshmen and upperclassmen in Suites on Main North.
Share a floor with students that are within the College of Education, Health and Human Services. Be connected with faculty in the department and programs geared toward those areas. Offered to freshmen and upperclassmen in Campus View Suites on the hilltop.
Join students of all majors who are interested in wellness, living healthy lifestyles and who enjoy fitness and recreation. Programs provide insight into a number of dimensions of healthy living, including physical activity and mental wellness. Offered to freshmen and upperclassmen in Campus View Suites on the hilltop.
Students can live together majoring in biology, biochemistry, chemistry, geo-science, mathematics, physics, pre-professional sciences programs, engineering and psychology. They will interact with others who have similar majors and interests to link their knowledge from coursework to life experiences outside of the classroom. Students are encouraged to collaborate to form study groups, develop mentoring relationships, attend available tutoring, and discuss current events as they affect scientific and mathematic discoveries, ethics, and the environment. Offered to freshmen and upperclassmen in Campus View Suites on the hilltop.