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Living and Academic Learning Communities

What are Northwest Living and Academic Learning Communities?

Northwest's Living and Academic Learning Communities (LALC) offer students who have similar academic interests the opportunity to connect with one another in a living and learning environment. The communities exist to ease the transition to college life and provide support for personal and academic growth that encourages student success.

Connect

Connect

with faculty outside of the classroom through academic programming opportunities

Learn

Learn

about career opportunities and professional skills needed to be successful in the select academic area

Interact

Interact

with peer mentors who are successful in their academic field

Socialize

Socialize

Live, take classes, study and socialize with peers who have common interests and goals


<b>Who can be in a </b><br/>Northwest Living and Academic Learning Community?

Who can be in a
Northwest Living and Academic Learning Community?

Students enrolled in participating academic programs from the following schools or departments


Students share knowledge through communities

Students share knowledge through communities

A new model for living and learning on campus is providing Northwest students and faculty with more opportunities to connect and share experiences.