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Housing & Residence Life: Living-Learning Communities

In a Living-Learning Community, students with similar interests and goals have the opportunity to live together and study together in Windward Commons. Students will apply for a Living-Learning Community on their housing application. Armstrong offers the following living-learning communities:

Benefits available to participants in any of the 7 living-learning communities are tutoring services located within Windward Commons in the areas of math, courses taught in Windward Commons classrooms, and personal success at Armstrong and beyond.

College of Education The Education LLC is designed especially for students who are interested in becoming teachers or want to work with children. You will have access  to a designated advisor, as well as faculty and student mentors to help with homework or other academic and "college-negotiating" issues. Attached course: EDUC 210- Investigating Critical & Contemporary Issues in Education
College of Health Professions The Health Professions LLC appeals to students planning on applying to clinical programs within the college. You will have opportunities to participate in academic seminars covering skills designed to foster success. You may also volunteer with us at local hospitals to help build and expand your professional network. 
College of Science & Technology The Ccience & Technology LLC is designed for students majoring in biology. Learn more about various pathways availble in the field. You can expect success seminars, field-related off-campus trips, and discussions with faculty about research opportunities. Attached course: BIOL 1107/L- Principles of Biology 1; & BIOL 3111- Research Methods Seminar
Gender & Social Justice The Social Justice LLC is committed to a transformative and collaborative learning experience; exploring issues of gender, social justice, and civic engagement. You will learn critical thinking skills as you engage with the world and learn to see in new and profound ways how we interact to form identity. Attached course: GNST 1100- Introduction to Gender and Women's Studies
Honors The Honors LLC is specifically created for students admitted into Armstrong's Honors Program. Living and taking a class in the residence hall as a group will provide the opportunity for creating close raltionships that will last throughout your college years and beyond. You will be required to take an honors First-Year Class course and PSYC 1101H- (Honors) Intro to Psycology.
Learning to Lead Are you interested in learning strong leadership practicies and giving back to the community? This LLC is for experienced and new leaders who want to learn and practice skills that will assist them in being more effective, while giving back to Armstrong and the greater Savannah community. You will partake in co-curricular activies, workshops- style seminars that explore leadership. 
Passion, Purpose & Persistence This LLC provides an on-campus living experience where military-affliated students with similar needs and life expereinces can share and support each other in their academic journey. This provides you with the opportunity for academic support in career exploration, and integrated social experiences. Attached course: MS101- ROTC only


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