Business Learning Community
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First-year students with a declared major in the College of Business have the opportunity to participate in a living-learning community located in Sevrinson Hall. Students participating in this community combine their learning in and outside of the classroom through various academic opportunities. Students have a greater advantage in meeting fellow business students and interacting with staff and faculty through the community, boosting networks that help them to be successful throughout their college experience and beyond.
"Incoming students should choose to participate in a Learning Community because it is a great way to meet others in your own field of study. This creates relationships that can help you in the future, either in college or possibly in your future profession." -Kyle,Management
“My favorite thing about living in the Business Learning Community is having my floor mates in all my classes! I believe that incoming students should get involved in the learning communities because they are fun and help you make a lot of friends that will stick with you through your college years!” - Amy, Management Information Systems
What’s Happening in the Business Community:
- Course Participation in COMM 110: Fundamentals of Public Speaking (Spring, 3 credits)
- LAUNCH Program in August
- Connect and network with faculty across the college
- Connections with local businesses
- Academic Advisor information session in the hall
- Service-learning opportunities
- Monthly social activities in the community
How To Apply: Students in this community must be majoring in an area within the College of Business which includes Accounting, Business Administration, Finance, Management, Management Information Systems, or Marketing.
Students wishing to participate in this community should mark the Business Community option on their residence hall application. Additionally, students must complete the Business Learning Community Agreement.This agreement is upheld by all members of the community. Students are placed in the community on a first come, first serve basis.