Living Learning Communities

Community Psychology LLC
Community Psychology
Environmental Connections LLC
Environmental Connections
Leadership LLC
Leadership
Music for Life LLC
Music for Life
Pre-Health LLC
Pre-Health
Teach for Change LLC
Teach for Change

LLC Options

Within the First-Year Experience Program (FYE) are six Living Learning Communities (LLCs) for students interested in pre-health professions; leadership; sustainability and the outdoors; teaching and social justice; music and community health services.

Freshmen who choose to participate in one of the LLCs will have the chance to engage with others in an academic and residential community while exploring and adjusting to life at SUNY Oneonta. Since all of our LLCs are in our FYE halls, you get to experience both programs at the same time!

LLC Benefits

LLCs are an ideal way to make friends who have similar interests. Research shows that students who participate in an LLC have higher academic success rates, higher college graduation rates, higher levels of satisfaction with their college experience, and an easier time connecting with their peers.

You will enjoy mentoring, special programming and a ready-made social network for your first year of college. Each LLC requires participation in the one-credit First-Year Seminar and a class chosen by faculty. The First-Year Seminar classes will have an undergraduate student called a Transition Team Mentor, who will work with faculty to develop a positive classroom community and serve as a guide and resource for you.

How to Apply

To apply for an LLC, please indicate interest on your housing application, which is available in the myOneonta portal starting May 2. Applications are due June 22.


Information

For questions, please email the Residence Life Office at reslife@oneonta.edu, or call 607-436-2514.


I’m glad I decided to live in an LLC because I’ve met people who are interested in the same things that I am, and the types of things I’m learning are what I need to be working on to be a great teacher someday.
--Kelly Chandrapaul,  Childhood Education, Teach for Change LLC