Living-Learning Communities (LLCs) are open to students who want to live and enroll in courses with their learning community peers while participating in related co-curricular programs.
Are you majoring in Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics or Physics? Are you looking for a way to connect with other students majoring in math or science?
The Communities in the Discipline Learning Community provides students with opportunities to explore multiple majors or a particular major more thoroughly. Common tracks include: African American Studies, Biological Sciences, Health and Human Services, The Humanities, Pre-Health and Health Professions, Pre-Nursing, Public Relations/Communication Studies, and The Social Sciences.
Are you still considering what to major in at UNCG? Do you want to explore several majors before selecting which is right for you?
Are you interested in exploring your first year as a new Spartan with other freshmen? Do you want to see what college is all about?
The IMS Learning Community is designed for sophomore math and science majors who will be introduced to the broad range of career possibilities within the mathematical, physical, and life sciences by exploring avenues for creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship within the STEM disciplines.
Are you interested in making a difference? Do you enjoy serving your local community to foster change?
Are you culturally aware? Do you have a desire to fight injustice? Are you ready to explore how you can change the world?
Are you seeking a well-rounded and healthy college experience? Do you want to explore how personal wellness impacts your goals?
Do you have an idea that could change the world? Do you want to start a business while you're in college?
The Transfer Spartan Living Learning Community is designed to assist incoming transfer students in their transition to the UNCG community.
Are you looking for a global experience? Do you plan to learn a language and explore a culture at UNCG?
The Office of Learning Communities reserves the right to change or cancel Living-Learning Community offerings at anytime due, but not limited to, low enrollment.