The Leadership and Service Themed Living Learning Community (TLLC) provides students with the opportunity for academic support, career exploration, and integrated social experiences.
If accepted into the Leadership and Service TLLC, you will be able to select a room on your web date depending on availability. Please visit the following for more information on our room selection process.
This community is for students who want to increase their leadership potential through diverse activities such as community service, leadership training sessions, experiential trips, and mentoring relationships.
Floor programs and activities are geared towards developing the leadership skills of the residents and broadening their capabilities to create positive change in the world around them. Residents work alongside their Faculty Mentors and their Resident Assistant to engage in community activities that help them to develop both individually and as a group.
The Resident Assistant on the Leadership and Service Community is highly involved in the implementation of floor programs, serves as a campus resource for his/her residents, and enforces University Housing Services policies and regulations.
Leadership & Service Applications
Students living on the Leadership & Service TLLC are expected to actively participate in the programs provided for the community because substantial funding is provided to create and implement the unique opportunities available only to residents of this community. If a resident does not fulfill the requirements listed below, that resident may be asked to change communities at the conclusion of the semester.
First year/new transfer students living in the Leadership & Service Community must complete the following in order to remain in the community for the following semester :