Students enrolled in Learning Communities receive many benefits and additional opportunities
Benefits of Learning Communities
- Students in LCs are more likely to explore class topics outside the classroom with peers.
- Studies show that LC students traditionally earn higher GPAs than students who are not in a learning community.
- Ongoing dialogue with peers and educators with LCs enhances intellectual development.
- LC students connect more quickly and seamlessly into the Lindenwood community.
- Students in LCs have been far more involved in campus activities and leadership opportunities.
Students Participating in a Learning Community will receive:
- Immediate access to a community of students who share similar social & academic interests.
- Encouragement to participate in leadership experiences.
- Invitation to participate in outside classroom experiences that relate to their course curriculum.
- Additional academic support from their faculty, staff, and peers.
- Opportunities to build mentoring relationships with upperclassmen students.
Centers & Institutes
- Economic Education Center
Exercise and Performance Nutrition Lab (EPNL)
Participate in Research
- Participate in Research
- The Hammond Institute for Free Enterprise
- Lindenwood Film Series
Beyond the Classroom
Center for Engaged Learning
- Summer Abroad Programs
- Faculty-Led Courses (2021-22)
- Career Services
- Fellowship Opportunities
- Arrow Rock
- Past Issues
- Student Academic Showcase
About the Lindenwood Library
- Media and Gaming Lab
Mary E. Ambler Archives
- Research Resources
- Writing Center
Support & Resources
- Academic Services
- Accessibility Services
- First-Year Programs
- Provost and Academic Affairs
Student and Academic Support Services (SASS)
- Academic Support Services