Living Learning Communities (LLCs) are specialized living environments that connect students inside- and outside-the-classroom experiences. Each LLC is unique, but all are centered on a distinctive theme or academic interest area. Students who choose to live in an LLC have a direct connection to their classroom experience, access to intentional events and programs, and dedicated staff members who work to make the community a success.
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While completing your 2023-2024 Housing and Meal Plan Contract, make sure to indicate your interest! Someone from Residence Life will be in touch with next steps.
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Environmental Sustainability LLC
The Environmental Sustainability Living Learning Community fosters a supportive community of first-year students interested in exploring environmental sustainability issues and taking action as engaged citizens of the Augsburg community and the Earth.
Course Requirements: Students must be registered for all of the following courses: ENV 100-31, AUG 101-31 & ENV 296-31
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L3 (Live, Learn, Lead) LLC
Open to any first-year Augsburg Day students interested in broadening their leadership skills and experiences. The goal of the L3 LLC is to foster intentional leadership exploration inside and outside of the classroom that provides students with the opportunity to make deeper connection to the campus and build confidence in leading academically and professionally
Course Requirements: LST 194/195 (Fall) and LST 205 (Spring)
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The Music LLC is for all students who are interested in participating in music at Augsburg, through ensembles, courses, and/or in pursuing music majors or minors. Students in the Music LLC will foster a community of practice dedicated to exploring their shared passions. In the Music LLC, students will build community and collaboratively work towards their individual and collective goals, through experiences such as attending music events, learning from professionals, and engaging in the musical life of the department.
Course Requirements: Any music theory course (MUS113; MUS114; MUS213; MUS214) or any large ensemble (MUE111; MUE112; MUE114; MUE115; MUE121; MUE141; MUE143; MUE311; MUE312; MUE321; MUE341; MUE343)
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Augsburg students in the Rainbow House LLC are able to explore, empower, and express their many intersecting identities in a safe and affirming environment. Rainbow House residents are justice oriented and prioritize the values of equity and inclusion. With support from LGBTQIA+ Student Services, students are given the opportunity to connect with the local queer community on a deeper level through various on and off campus events, classroom learning, a mentoring program and other engagement activities.
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The Theater LLC is for students that are interested in participating in theater productions and students that are interested in becoming theater majors/minors.Students in this community will have the opportunity to forge connections through theater programming such as attending productions together, talking with professional theater artists, and other community building activities. Students will be given time and space to think deeply about the power of theater in the community.