The Multicultural Learning Community is home to a diverse community of first-year students who share a passion for exploring issues of diversity and social justice, including race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and more. Members of the community explore their own identity, develop a deeper understanding and appreciation for others, confront the realities of power, privilege and oppression, and learn to become agents for social change.
Activities and Programs
The Multicultural LC actively participates in programs that aim to bring together students, faculty, and staff from different backgrounds to build deeper cultural understanding and to encourage action towards social justice. Students enjoy frequent workshops and discussions that connect their interests and passions and learn to take action to create a more just community here at Loyola and beyond. Faculty have lead a number of student trips to cultural museums such as the Holocaust Museum, the DuSable Museum of African American History, and the Art Institute of Chicago and to theater productions around the city of Chicago that explore cultural events and perspectives.
In fall 2016, students in the Multicultural Learning Community will take UNIV 101 with their advisor, Ms Talaya Le Gette, and each student will choose one of two core courses.
UNIV 101 First Year Seminar – Section 60 Class 2770
Wednesday 1:40-2:30 OR
UNIV 101 First Year Seminar – Section 69 Class 2779
UCWR 110 Writing Responsibly – Section 13 OR
UCWR 110 Writing Responsibly – Section 26
UCWR 110 instructs students in the conventions of academic writing. Students will develop flexible strategies for generating, revising, editing their writing and will receive instruction in how to write clear, error free prose. Students will learn responsibility to their readers, to their sources, and to themselves as writers. This class will explore cultural identities through writing. Core Writing Seminar. There are two sections of the course for the MLC. Ms Nadine Johnstone MWF 9:20-10:10, Section 13, Class 1953 and Dr. Melissa Bradshaw MWF 12:35-1:25, Section 26, Class 1966