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Learning Through Dialogue Community

The Learning Through Dialogue Community is an exciting new opportunity for CSU students and will launch starting Fall 2021. The Learning Through Dialogue (LTD) Community brings together students of diverse identities and backgrounds to engage in dialogues, connect, and learn across differences. Students in LTD will build relationships, skills, awareness, and knowledge that prepare them… Read more »

Year 2 @CSU

Year 2 @ CSU

The Year 2 @ CSU: Residential Community is a co-sponsored community between Orientation and Transition Programs and Residence Life and housed in the Laurel Village. The overall purpose of the Year 2 @ CSU: Residential Community is to create a themed living community geared towards the educational goals of second-year students living in the residence halls…. Read more »

Outdoor Leadership

  Who can apply? Students in the Warner College of Natural Resources. Outdoor Leadership (OL) students have the opportunity to live and learn together, network with natural resources faculty and staff, and get hands-on experience in adventure education. OL members can participate in trips with the Outdoor Adventure Program such as hiking and rock climbing as well as… Read more »

Natural Resources and Sustainability

  Who can apply? Students in the Warner College of Natural Resources. Natural Resources & Sustainability (NRS) students have the opportunity to live and learn together, network with natural resources faculty and staff, and get hands-on experience in environmental sustainability. NRS members can participate in outdoor service projects, lots of hikes, and a free weekend trip… Read more »

Mentored Research & Artistry Program

Mentor Research & Artistry Program

The Mentored Research and Artistry Program is an interdisciplinary, non-residential learning community designed to provide undergraduate students with the opportunity to participate in high impact, real world research or other creative works. Community Requirements: Complete a one-credit experiential learning seminar specific for Mentored Research and Artistry Participants (Fall only) Complete a minimum of two semesters… Read more »

Key Communities

Key Communities

The Key Communities (Key Academic Community, Key Service Community, Key Explore Community, Key Health Professions Community, Key Culture, Communication, and Sport, Key Civic Community, and Key Plus Community) are highly diverse first and second year learning communities designed to assist students with their transition to and through the university. Based on active and experiential learning through interdisciplinary classes, service-learning, academic… Read more »

Honors Learning Community

Honors Residential Learning Community

The Honors Residential Learning Community is housed in Academic Village (Honors and Aspen) and Edwards.  First year students develop a sense of community by residing with high achieving students who share similar academic interests and goals.   Honors staff are located in the Academic Village and are available for Advising and assistance.  Most seminar instructors have offices… Read more »

Health & Exercise Science Community

In the Health & Exercise Science (HES) Residential Learning Community, you will live with other students who are taking the same courses, have similar career goals, and with students that are often vested in living active and healthy lifestyles. Living in the HES Residential Learning Community will allow for residents to connect with each other… Read more »

Global Village

Global Village

Global Village: One Community, a World of Culture Global Village is an intercultural community bringing together International and Domestic students in a supportive, integrated living and learning environment. This community aims to foster an understanding of global cultures and experiences where students’ share a passion for exploring the world and a desire to develop their leadership… Read more »

Engineering Learning Community

Engineering Learning Community

This residential community in Academic Village, Edwards Hall and Aspen Hall offers Engineering students an academically supportive and fun environment. Residents can take advantage of design studios, collaborative work rooms, and an electronic classroom. Residents can also take advantage of nightly tutoring (Sunday-Thursday), general advising support in the form of weekly advising walk-in hours in Academic… Read more »

College of Natural Sciences

The College of Natural Sciences Learning Community is a residential learning community for undergraduate students with majors in the College of Natural Sciences. Most of the 400 members of our community are in their first year at CSU, although upperclass students are invited to participate as well. All members of the CNSLC live together in… Read more »

Campus Connection Community

Campus Connections

Campus Connections Learning Community  (Formerly known as Campus Corps) THERE IS MORE TO CAMPUS CONNECTIONS THAN SERVING AS A MENTOR…       JOIN THE CAMPUS CONNECTIONS LEARNING COMMUNITY! Campus Connections: Therapeutic Mentoring for At Risk Youth engages CSU students with at-risk youth through a 3 credit service-learning course. The Campus Connections Learning Community (CCLC) provides ongoing… Read more »

Arts and Creative Expression

Arts and Creative Expressions

The Arts and Creative Expression Residential Learning Community (or ACE) is a program in Parmelee Hall that provides students in the visual and performing arts a collaborative environment in which to grow creatively. Students will learn to become strong advocates of the arts and will have opportunities to participate in service learning programs and outings… Read more »