Types of Living Learning Communities
College Connections LLCs
Students participating in College Connections LLCs are placed based on their major/college and are enrolled in a block of courses together for both the fall and spring semester. Students who are a part of a College Connections LLC must have a roommate with a major in the same college.
Students majoring in arts, dance, drama, and music are invited to apply to this exciting LLC which is designed to expand involvement with the arts through structured and unstructured experiences.
Alongside the Campus Alliance for Resource Education (CARE) Office this learning community offers commuters a unique opportunity to connect with other commuting students.
Health Professions LLC
As the demands of today's health professions continue to grow, you can grow with them by immersing yourself in the hands-on, experiential environment of the Health Professions LLC. This community promotes a culture focused on increasing community members understanding of numerous fields in health professions. Health professions majors include: Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Communication Sciences & Disorders, Pre-Dental Hygiene, Health Studies, Kinesiology, Pre-Nursing, Nutrition and Food Sciences, Pre-Occupational Therapy, and Pre-Physical Therapy.
Psychology Majors LLC
Designed specifically for psychology majors, this LLC encourages academically focused conversations and psychology study groups to help first-year students cultivate connections.
Pioneer Connections LLC
Students participating in Pioneer Connection LLCs must be admitted by their program before being placed in these LLCs. They must take the courses outlined by their program. Students can have a roommate with a different major and have a LLC experience.
In this program, students take UNIV 1231 together and may have additional opportunities to work on special projects. To participate in the Honors LLC, students must be admitted to the TWU Honors Scholar Program. To receive information about the Honors Scholar Program, contact their office at 940-898-2337, email Honors, or review the TWU Honors Scholar Program website.
President's Leadership Council LLC
Students in the President’s Leadership Council (PLC) complete a first-year experience course together in the fall and participate in co-curricular leadership activities throughout the first year. PLC students also participate in service with other PLC students throughout their time at TWU and build community with their peers through the PLC student organization. Students must be admitted to the President’s Leadership Council prior to LLC membership. For more information or to receive the application, please email the Scholar Programs or call 940-898-3590.
Legacy Leaders LLC
Recipients of the Jane Nelson Institute for Women’s Leadership Legacy Leaders scholarship are encouraged to participate in the Legacy Leaders LLC. All Legacy Leaders will complete a first-year experience course together in the fall and participate in co-curricular activities throughout the first year and their time at TWU. Students must be admitted to the Legacy Leaders scholarship program prior to LLC membership. Legacy Leaders are encouraged to review the Legacy Leaders Student Handbook for details specific to University Housing. For more information or to receive the application, please email the Scholar Programs or call 940-898-3590.
The SUCCESS Mentoring Program, through the Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Outreach, is designed to assist first-year, first-generation college students in making a successful and enjoyable transition to college. SUCCESS students take a first-year experience course together in the fall semester while also developing relationships and receiving guidance from SUCCESS mentors throughout the academic year. For more information on the program and/or application process, please email Diversity, Inclusion and Outreach or call at 940-898-3679.
Terry Scholars LLC
Terry Scholarship Program recipients complete the First Year Experience course together in the fall semester. All Terry Scholars are members of the Terry Scholars Student Organization, which provides additional opportunities to be involved in TWU campus life. Students must be admitted to the Terry Scholarship Program. For more information, please email the Scholar Programs or call 940-898-3590.
Students participating in the Transfer LLC will enjoy activities aimed at their success assimilating to Texas Woman's University both academically and socially. Transfer LLC is located in Stark Hall, and is for new-to-TWU sophomore students transferring from another College or University and open to any major.
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