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Phone: (717) 477-1701
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Living and Learning Opportunities at Shippensburg

 

A Living-Learning Community (LLC) is a group of students who live together on the same floor and share common academic or social interests. They may share classes, fun activities, social events, opportunities to hear interesting speakers and a variety of campus resources. These LLCs help students build new relationships with other students as well as with faculty and staff and are highly recommended by several offices and academic departments. 

All of this can help students ease the transition to college, reinforce academic goals, build an appreciation for lifelong learning and create lasting friendships.



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Why LLCs?

LLCs have been shown to:

  • Improve academic performance, persistence and higher GPA
  • Increase involvement in student clubs and awareness of campus resources
  • Ease transition to college
  • Create a sense of community
  • Provide opportunities to connect deeply with faculty and staff
  • Develop intellectual understanding of connections between classes
  • Increase satisfaction with overall college experience
 

Shippensburg LLC perks and benefits:

  • Instant support network from the time you move on campus
  • Connections with upper-class students, staff, and faculty
  • Can simplify scheduling at orientation
  • Live in new housing designed for LLCs
  • Access and awareness to campus programming and resources
  • Ability to select roommates
  • Extra emphasis on starting strong academically and socially