Teacher Education (formerly known as Curriculum and Instruction)
The Teacher Education Themed Living Learning Community (TLLC) is for students majoring or minoring in Teacher Education.
This community provides you with the opportunity for academic support, career exploration, and integrated social experiences. Floor programs and activities are geared toward your academic and career interests, and include opportunities for you to interact with faculty outside the classroom.
This community does not require an application. Please visit the following for more information on our room selection process.
- Teacher Education TLLC Location - Manchester 15
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How to live on the teacher education TLLC
This floor does not require an application. Students who are Teacher Education majors or minors qualify to live on the Teacher Education floor depending on availability.
The community offers many opportunities for academic and social interaction.
- Interaction with faculty outside of the classroom
- High-quality programming to enhance your discovery of the field of curriculum and instruction
- In-hall academic assistance through the Julia Visor Academic Center
- Study sessions
- Opportunities to interact with professionals and alumni who are currently pursuing a career in curriculum and instruction
- Field trips to support major and career exploration
- Personal and floor volunteer opportunities related to your interests
- Opportunities to meet and learn from juniors and seniors who are currently in the curriculum and instruction department
- Opportunities to explore internships to enhance experiences with teaching and child development
- Residents must be early childhood, middle-level, or elementary education majors. If you change your major you will be required to change communities at the end of the academic year.
- Residents must abide by the quiet lifestyle policy, which begins at 9 p.m. If residents violate the quiet hour policy more than three times, residents will be removed from the community.
- Residents are required to attend one community social a month and two educational programs a semester in order to remain on the floor for the following semester.
- Curriculum and instruction majors/minors must maintain a minimum 2.4 cumulative GPA while living on the community.
For additional information regarding academic lifestyles at Illinois State University contact us.