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Share Your Feedback: Multicultural Living Learning Community Expansion
The Office of Learning Communities is seeking student feedback for the expansion of the Multicultural Living Learning Community (MLLC). The feedback will provide the Office of Learning Communities with important input as they prepare to expand, which was identified in the recommendations provided by multiple groups of students in the fall semester.
The MLLC is a learning community that centers on positive citizenship and social justice, while promoting multicultural education, self-awareness, cross-cultural dialogue and community engagement. It currently comprises just first-year students. As a learning community, the residents live together on a floor in a residence hall, take a course together and participate in programs and events outside of class.
Students can provide their feedback via this online survey (closes Monday, Jan. 20) or attend drop-in hours on Tuesday, Jan. 21, between 1 to 4 p.m. in the Peter Graham Scholarly Commons (Bird Library, room 114). The survey and drop-in hours are open to all students; prior participation in the MLLC is not required.
For questions, contact the Office of Learning Communities at firstname.lastname@example.org.