It all starts here.
At UConn, 44% of incoming first year students choose to participate in a Learning Community.
Come find out why at our LC Showcase
11:00am - 2:00pm on April 2 and 9
Part of UConn Bound Days for Admitted Students
- Engage with students and staff to get your general and individual questions answered
- Learn what a UConn Learning Community is and how it can help you maximize your first year experience
- Talk in small groups with our world class LC Directors, a group which includes faculty and leadership from every school and college
This is your chance to explore which Learning Community might fit you best!
All accepted students and their families are encouraged to attend.
About Learning Communities at UConn
New students can opt to participate in a faculty-led Living-Learning Community, and/or join a non-residential Learning Community when they enter UConn. With 34 Learning Communities, 20 of which are residential, there are options for students in any major or plan of study. Participants take courses and engage in a year-long integrated program that leads to stronger faculty bonds, closer friendships, increased leadership and undergraduate research opportunities, as well as trips and study abroad opportunities tied to academic interests.