The International Living-Learning Community (ILLC) connects students closely with faculty and staff, challenging students to critically examine their experiences through a global lens and gain an understanding of cultures and perspectives other than their own. The ILLC will accomplish this by connecting students with Loyola and the greater Chicago community through an international lens, using conversations, art, reflection, and exploration.
At the end of one year in the International Living-Learning Community, students will be able to:
1. Discuss important elements of a culture and/or religion other than one's own
2. Create connections between international and domestic students
3. Explore the Loyola and Chicago communities from an international perspective
4. Articulate at least two important areas of global ethical concern
5. Demonstrate how to have meaningful conversations about global issues
6. Reflect on observations and experiences with people from cultures and identities different than one’s own
International LLC Point of Contact
Marian Carlson (email@example.com), Associate Director, Office of International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS)
Catherine Nichols (firstname.lastname@example.org) – LLC Linked Course Instructor
Tyler Jung (email@example.com) – LLC UNIV Instructor
Tyler Jung (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Participants will be placed in a specific UNIV 101 course that corresponds with
the LLC theme as well as one other core class (“Linked Course”).
General Questions? Email: ResLife@luc.edu