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Why Join an LC?

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Learning Community Assistants (Student Leaders)

Participating in a Learning Community provides students who share similar interests the opportunity to live and learn together.  Students who live in Learning Communities feel at home at Loyola more quickly, are more confident in their academic abilities, and earn higher GPAs. 

Students participate in a Learning Community to:

"The MLC has helped me to branch out and discover new things on campus because I know that when I come back to the floor at the end of the day, it will feel like home."

- Melinda, Multicultural LC

"Being in a Learning Community has helped me make TONS of new friends and has made class a lot less daunting. Having classes with your neighbors not only strengthens friendships, but also allows for group study and higher scores."

- Anukool, Wellness LC

 

‌"I feel being in a learning community helped me adjust to the social aspect of college much quicker than if I had not been in a community. By the end of the first few days I already felt I had connected to people and found some good friends, which is something I was initially nervous about."

- Tom, Leadership LC

 

Loyola

Residence Life · Division of Student Development
1032 West Sheridan Road · Chicago, IL 60660

Phone: 773.508.3300 · res-life@luc.edu

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