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The Learning Communities at Bloomsburg University foster an inclusive residential environment where students with similar majors, interests and goals are afforded rich and varied student learning opportunities both in and out of the classroom. Through collaboration with faculty, staff, and peer mentors; students are able to experience personal and intellectual growth while building relationships in an engaged and friendly community- centered environment.

Portal Information

Category

Department / University

Sub-Category

Please select your organization's sub-category.

Residence Hall / Living Learning Community

Meeting Time

9:30 PM

Where is your mailbox located?

To receive up to date mail, we prefer that clubs and orgs have a mailbox on campus. Please let us know where we should send your club/organization's mail!

If you just requested one in the CLE, type CLE. If you do not have a mailbox, one will be made for you in the CLE.

121 Columbia Residence Hall

Please list your organization's Facebook page
Are you an open or closed organization? Open: Anyone can join Closed: Selection process

Open

Officer #1 Position Title

Officer #1 is the main student contact for this club/organization.

Assistant Director

Officer #1 Name

Jennifer Hunsinger

Officer #1 Email
Do you have an On-Campus or Off-Campus Advisor?

On-Campus

Advisor Name

Debra Chamberlain

Advisor Email
Advisor Name

Jennifer Hunsinger

What is your Club/Organization's mission statement?

This statement will be seen by anyone anyone searching for information about your club/organization.

i.e. – goals, values, and function

The Learning Community's (LC) mission is shaped by the collective mission of the University and the Residence Life Office. A LC is a group of freshmen students who share common academic interests, live together in a residence hall, participate in activities together, and are also enrolled in a cluster of related courses.

By integrating faculty with the undergraduate residential experience, faculty, staff, and students develop a sense of interconnectedness and a mutual concern for the enrichment of their collegiate experience. In addition, LCs provide students with quality studying, meeting, and lecture/discussion space within the residence halls.

Since their inception in 1996, LCs have been a forum for the exchange of ideas and information within a residential setting, providing out-of-class interaction between students and their faculty and supporting academic endeavors.

What types of events do you hold?

(For example: social, service, special interest, leadership, physical/fitness, etc.)

We hold social and academic activities.