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Housing & Residence Life: Living-Learning Communities

Living-Learning Communities enhance your university experience by promoting academic success and student engagement. LLC participants show higher GPAs and retention rates than nonparticipants. While each community is unique, all have the same ultimate goal: fostering a successful and engaged Armstrong student. Take a moment to explore the variety of Living-Learning Communities that Armstrong offers to help you succeed in your major and prepare for a rewarding career in your field.

Evening Tutoring is available to all residents of Windward Commons in the areas of Math, Science and English. This service is offered in the Windward Commons East Classroom. Specific dates and times will be updated within the first 2 weeks of the start of term.

For a complete listing of the current term's LLC options, view our 2016-2017 Living-Learning Community Brochure.


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