Academic Living Learning Communities

Accounting

This is a cluster of students in the Goodman School of Business Accounting (BAcc) program who would like to live together on campus. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with faculty, staff, community partners and student leaders in this academic area of focus, and use one another as a support network. Regular group study sessions will also be facilitated for this community.

This community will focus on the Career Preparation domain of the Campus Wide Co-curriculum.

Business

This academic LLC is open to students in the Goodman School of Business BBA program who are interested in working in the business world now or in years to come. Students in this community will have support and direction available from student leaders in this area of focus, faculty and others in our local community.

This community will focus on the Innovation domain of the Campus Wide Co-curriculum.

Concurrent Education

This is a cluster of students in Concurrent Education who would like to live together on campus. Events will be geared toward their needs. This community will also offer participants the chance to engage with faculty and student leaders in this area of focus, and use one another as a support network. Regular study session will also be facilitated for this community.

This community will focus on the Diversity & Inclusion domain of the Campus Wide Co-curriculum.

Co-op

This community’s focus is on undergraduate co-op programs (excluding those in Goodman School of Business). We would recommend BAcc/BBA students apply for the Accounting/Business Community). Participants will have the opportunity to engage with faculty, staff, community partners and student leaders in this academic area of focus, and use one another as a support network.

This community will focus on the Career Preparation domain of the Campus Wide Co-curriculum.

Political Science

This community is open to students in the Political Science program who are interested in becoming better members and effective leaders of the political community. Students in this community will have support and direction available from student leaders, faculty and others in our local community.

This community will focus on the Global Awareness domain of the Campus Wide Co-curriculum.

Sport Management

This is a cluster of students in the Sport Management program who would like to live together on campus. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with faculty, staff, community partners and student leaders in this academic area of focus and use one another as a support network. Regular group study sessions will also be facilitated for this community.

This community will focus on the Brock Spirit domain of the Campus Wide Co-curriculum.