Learn More About LCs

Be part of something big: 34 LCs, 44% of the incoming class

Learning Communities 101

If you're wondering how Learning Communities can support your transition to UConn and want to get a deeper understanding of all we do in our department, make sure you watch this online presentation filled with helpful info!

Questions with LC Staff

Meet the Learning Community staff, see Werth Tower, and get a deeper look at all the things which make LCs at UConn a special program to join!

Thank you to our partners at Residential Life for creating this video.

Learning Communities provide cohorts of students opportunities to investigate areas of interdisciplinary interest.

Regardless of the Learning Community you join, you will benefit from the following key offerings:

LEARN: Take your First Year Experience class with members of your Learning Community for small, personalized attention Build relationships with dedicated faculty and staff who support your passions Experience personalized academic support and coaching to reach your goals

Learn more about the academic benefits of a Learning Community

GROW: Gain early access to experiential learning like research, study abroad, professional development, and more Engage with service-learning and community engagement projects to build collaboration skills Take risks, develop new passions, and practice inquiry beyond the classroom

Learn more about the experiential benefits of a Learning Community

CONNECT: Experience truly integrated community living with fellow members by sharing community spaces and studying together Build relationships with peer mentors who will guide you through your UConn experience Make lifelong friends while participating in annual traditions and activities

Learn more about the social benefits of a Learning Community

Business Connections House
Engineering House
Humanities House
La Comunidad Intelectual
Pharmacy House
Transfer Connections House
Connecting with the Arts House
Fine Arts House
Human Rights & Action House
Leadership House
Public Health House
WiMSE House
Global House
Innovation House
Nursing House

Contact Us

Phone: 860-486-0711
Address: Mailing Address:
Rowe Center for Undergraduate Education
First Year Programs & Learning Communities
368 Fairfield Way, Unit 4232
Storrs, CT 06269-4232

Physical Address:
Peter J. Werth Residence Tower, Suite 114
Learning Community Office
2378 Alumni Drive, Unit 4232
Storrs, CT 06269-4232
More: https://lc.uconn.edu/contact/