1. Living Learning Communities at the University of Texas at Dallas

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    Because learning does not take place exclusively in the classroom, UT Dallas offers incoming freshmen the opportunity to participate in one of our Living Learning Communities (LLC). LLCs are groups of freshmen who share common academic goals or interests. Students involved in these communities live in the residence hall, have the opportunity to enroll in classes together and participate as a group in various activities, such as service projects and social events.

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    • Living Learning Communities

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      Living Learning Communities at Concordia University Irvine create a residential experience where students and professors interact outside the classroom and students enjoy greater opportunities for learning right where they live. Read more: www.cui.edu/studentlife/living-learning-communities/index.aspx?id=24700

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      • Coming Attractions

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        Coming Attractions is an informational short film for new ECU students. Watch it to learn about Campus Living, Residence Halls, Dining Halls, ECU Transit, and the school's "Living Learning Communities." Discover why it's a great time to be a pirate!

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        • Living Learning Communities Orientation Video

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          This is informative orientation video pertaining to the living learning communities at Clayton State University for incoming Freshmen classes. I had the privilege of filming and editing for this group project.

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