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    Which Temple University Living Learning Community Should You Join?

    Transitioning to college can be hard – finding your way around a new environment, meeting new people, and trying to form some lifelong relationships along the way. In an effort to not only make such a transition earlier, Temple University aims to connect students with a common passion: learning. Through the Living Learning Communities (LLCs), students have the opportunity to challenge themselves, personally and academically, around others with similar interests. Which LLC suits you?

    College of Science and Technology

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    Interested in research, medical school, computer applications, or information technology? Have the opportunity to explore the various fields within science and technology through learning all the skills necessary to advance in a career and collaborating with other CST majors.

    Housing: Hardwick Hall

    Engineering

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    Engage instantly with engineering professionals both within and outside of academia to learn how your skills could benefit the Philadelphia community while exploring local firms and potential employment opportunities.

    Housing: 1940 Residence Hall

    Architecture, Sustainability & Environmental Design

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    Learn about the sustainability behind architectural design and be a pioneer in the continued movement as a result through collaborative projects, meaningful interactions amongst peers and professionals, and exploration into the field of architecture with a sustainable focus.

    Housing: 1940 Residence Hall

    Fox School of Business

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    Gain a comprehensive understanding of lower-level business courses with formed study groups while developing professionally through workshops, networking opportunities, and the fostering of relationships outside the classroom. In doing so, students can gain the skills necessary for upper-level business courses and the eventual professional world.

    Housing: Morgan South

    Healthy Lifestyles

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    Transition to college in the healthiest of ways – with a focus on nutrition, fitness, mental health, and stress and time management, this LLC is sure to provide you with the tools necessary to steer clear of the freshman 15 while providing the skills needed to maintain your healthy lifestyle.

    Housing: Morgan North

    Global

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    Become a more culturally aware individual through living and learning from other students, both domestic and international, to highlight the diverse backgrounds we all come from.

    Housing: Morgan South and Temple Towers

    Honors

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    University honor students have the chance to enhance their relationships and network through living with other high-achieving students. Participants enjoy programming opportunities by the Honors Activities Board, Honors Peer Mentors, Residential Peer Mentor, and Honors Program staff.

    Housing: 1300 Residence Hall

    Innovate and Create

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    Collaborate and learn the importance of diversity on entrepreneurial endeavors while polishing various proposed innovations and creations. Here you’ll have the opportunity to build lifelong friendships with the most innovative and entrepreneurial people on campus.

    Housing: Morgan North

    Klein College of Media and Communication

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    Klein students will have the opportunity to get involved on campus through participation in various major-related clubs with updates coming from many members across various academic years. A bonus feature of this LLC is the opportunity to collaborate on a media-related community service project!

    Housing: Hardwick Hall

    Major Exploration

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    You might know entirely what you want to do when you grow up - that's no big deal for Temple! Undeclared students will have the opportunity to search for the perfect major through academic advising and exposure to various skills and majors needed to navigate the first year of college. Here, you’ll go from college freshman to young adult ready to learn and grow with a purpose.

    Housing: Johnson Hall

    Performing and Cinematic Arts

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    PCA LLC students will have the opportunity to share, compare, and reflect on their differences both within professional interests and personal identities and backgrounds. After practical application of skills, students will have the chance to better understand and appreciate the various career opportunities that will be available post-graduation!

    Housing: Johnson Hall

    School of Sport, Tourism, and Hospitality Management

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    STHM students will be able to demonstrate the ability to align personal and organizational conduct professionally while understanding global issues in citizenship, including diversity, inclusion, and the stewardship of impacting various communities.

    Housing: 1940 Residence Hall

    Tyler School of Art

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    Following participation in this LLC, students will be able to critically analyze works of art while understanding the resources and expectations of the Tyler School of Art and its curriculum.

    Housing: 1940 Residence Hall

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