Learning Communities

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We will update this website soon with learning communities for the 2016-2017 academic year. Check back soon!

 

What is a Learning Community?

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  • Comprised of 19 students who are co-enrolled in a First Year Seminar and some core courses surrounding a particular theme or interest
  • LC curriculum fulfill major or core requirements
  • Supportive environment to help transition to college
  • Exposed to small community of peers with similar academic interests
  • Supporting network of fellow students, peer educators, and professors
  • See a list of the 2015-2016 Learning Communities here.
  • Learn more by viewing this online presentation.

What are the benefits?

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  • Relationships with professors
  • Focus on major or interest
  • Exclusive activities for Learning Community students
  • Peer instructors in First Year Seminar courses
  • Study sessions
  • Free to participate

How do I join?

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  • Applications are accepted each spring for the following fall semester.
  • Application opens in late March and are accepted until all spaces are filled.
  • Email us at LC@auburn.edu to sign up for our priority notification list to be notified when the application becomes available.

Important Dates

March 2015 – Learning Community brochures will be mailed to accepted students
March 30, 2015 – LC online application opens at 8:30 am CST; spaces are filled first come, first-served
mid-May, 2015 – Learning Community placement emails will be sent to AU Tigermail accounts
May 8, 2015 – online application closes at 5:00 pm CST; after this date, students can sign up for remaining spaces at their Camp War Eagle session
May 28, 2015 – Camp War Eagle sessions begin

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