Learning Communities

There are two kinds of learning communities on campus

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Living Learning Centers (LLCs)

Each LLC has its own unique theme, history, and traditions. All of them will encourage you to explore academic, personal, and professional opportunities on and off campus. Communities include the Brian D. Jellison Living Learning Center, Civic Leaders LLC, and INSPIRE LLC.

Learn more about living learning centers
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Thematic Communities

Thematic communities focus on a particular subject or topic. Some are career-oriented, while others focus on culture, recreation, or social interests. Themes include the performing arts, health sciences, and outdoor adventures.

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Live with students who share your interests, explore your passions, and get a head start on accomplishing your career goals.

While living in INSPIRE, Rachel Green used the learning community’s resources to create Grand Slam for Literacy, a reading program for elementary students. The IU Athletic Department and INSPIRE have since expanded the program to include two annual reading challenges. Rachel says, “Through living in the LLC and creating programs like Grand Slam for Literacy, I developed relationships with administrators and teachers around the area.”