Living Learning Communities give
students a unique, inclusive residential learning experience.
Students enjoy all the usual advantages of living on campus in a
residence hall, with the added benefit of living among a group that
shares similar goals and interests.
By being actively involved in a Living Learning Community, you
get an opportunity to build partnerships with other students,
faculty, and staff at educational and interactive programs that are
organized specifically for your community. You also get an
opportunity to have class with other students who have the same
interests as you within the community.
One of the best ways to develop strong friendships and succeed
in college is to join a Living Learning Community.
Open to all students regardless of previous community
involvement, each Living Learning Community will share a commitment
to helping others within Saint Leo University and surrounding
communities. Students in Living Learning Communities will develop
leadership skills and become more involved on campus because of
their experiences within their community.
We encourage you to apply TODAY for the Living Learning Community
that you are interested in!
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This year, the Office of Residence Life is offering four Living
Learning Communities that residential students can choose from. We
are looking for first year and returning students who are truly
excited about the opportunity to live in a community where you
share similar interests.
Are you committed to a strong academic experience? The Academic
Excellence Living Learning Community fosters an environment where
students can focus on academic achievements and successfully
transition to Saint Leo University. This community is open to first
year students who are eligible for the Saint Leo University Honors
Program or enrolled in one of the 3 +1 Accelerated Degree
Programs. The Academic Excellence community will incorporate
faculty and staff activities within the building to help residents
succeed academically during their first year. For more
information about this community please click here.
Are you committed to living a healthy lifestyle? The Active
Living Learning Community fosters an environment that encourages a
well-rounded balance of mind, body and spirit in order to achieve
personal and academic success. The Active Living Learning
Community will incorporate outdoor adventure, recreation,
sports, and wellness concepts to help residents learn more about
Are you interested in learning more about yourself? The Prayer
and Mindfulness Living Learning Community will encourage individual
growth through different expressions of prayer and meditation, and
it will emphasize personal development within a community. Open to
all students regardless of personal beliefs, the Prayer and
Mindfulness Community residents will commit themselves to one of
these basic religious practices: unplugging from electronics for 10
minutes twice a week, abstaining from a select food once a week,
participating in liturgy of the hours by reflecting on scriptures 3
times a week, or by blocking off prayer time for 20 minutes once a
Are you committed to helping others
and learning from your experiences? The QEP/Service Learning
Community fosters an environment that encourages socially conscious
individuals focused on developing leadership skills through their
community and service experiences. This community will use service
learning and the QEP Model of “Critical Thinking + Core Values =
Decision Making” to engage in the community and learn from their
experiences while helping others.
Applications for the Living Learning
Communities are available on the Housing Selection website or in
the Office of Residence Life. Applications will be accepted until June 1,
PRIORITY DEADLINE: MARCH 5, 2014.
For more information, please contact the Office of Residence
Life at 352-588-8268 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.