What if the student has a conflict and can't take the course?
Students will not be "kicked out" of their rooms if they don't sign up for the course. How much they will miss out on depends on the learning community:
- The IDIS course is an integral part of the Social Justice Community, so students should make every effort to take the course. However, if it conflicts with a course they have to have or if they are in a varsity sport that practices at this time, for example, it may not be possible for them to take the course.
What if the student has decided he/she doesn't want to be in the learning community any longer?
If the student does not wish to be in the learning community any longer, they should not sign up for the course. This will not affect their room assignment.
What will they be taking in the spring?
- In Social Justice (Sutherland), students will take IDIS 174, Social Justice in Film & Music. This is a 3-credit G.E. IV Humanities course, and carries 1 credit of Cultural Diversity. The days and times of the course are not yet determined.
- In Leadership (Governors) students will not have a course requirement, but are encouraged to enroll in the co-curricular Leadership Seminar.
- In Healthy Living (Murray) students will take KINS 186, Wellness Concepts, with the time to be determined.
- In Honors (Bridgman), students will have the flexibility to choose from several courses, but must take at least 3 credits of Honors courses.
- In Global Learning (Katharine Thomas) students will have the flexibility to choose from several courses, but must take at least 2 credits of foreign language or foreign culture courses.
- In Outdoor Adventure students will not have a course requirement.
- In the Hmong Culture Community students will not have a course requirement but are encouraged to enroll in Hmong 102, or in IDIS 174, Social Justice in Film & Music.
To whom should we refer them if they have questions?
- For most LLCs, Quincy Chapman 715-836-3630
- For Honors, Jeff Vahlbusch, 715-836-3621
May we suggest a student join an LLC if we believe they would be a good fit?
Absolutely. If they live in the correct geographic location, you may add them into the course (they'll need to be given course permission.) All of the LLCs, except Social Justice in Sutherland are confined to a specific wing of the hall. Students in Social Justice must live on Sutherland, but can be on any wing.
Is there space to make room changes to allow a student to join or leave an LLC?
No. All room assignments have been made and we are again at more than full capacity (using hotels again this year