The Faith and Formation Learning Community, located in Fusz Hall, is rooted in the traditions of the Catholic faith. Living in the learning community will promote a deeper understanding of faith and its connection to intellectual pursuit.
Students in the community will participate with faculty in weekly discussions of faith, an annual Ignatian retreat, service opportunities, and domestic and international immersion trips.
The community is open to all majors. Students in this community take courses required for a minor in Catholic Studies.
Students who complete all curricular and co-curricular requirements of the Learning Community program will receive a Gold Medallion and Learning Community Certificate to be worn at graduation, in recognition of their commitment and achievement within their LC.
You are encouraged to track and share progress in the Learning Community program with your advisers, using this downloadable form to keep a personal record of your participation, and to share your LC course progress, plans, co-curricular activities and service hours throughout the academic year.
All Learning Community students will be placed into the associated LC courses by the Learning Community academic coordinator. To request adds, drops, or other changes to your LC course schedule, you or your advisor should complete the corresponding Google Forms located below.
David Vincent Meconi, S.J., D.Phil., Associate Professor of Historical Theology, is also the director of the Edmund Campion Catholic Studies Center. He serves on boards of the St. Benedict Forum at Hope College in Holland, MI as well as on the ecclesiastical board of Boston College. Meconi assisted in the creation of this learning community in 2016.
The Faith and Formation Learning Community seeks to foster the interior life of undergraduates in the Jesuit tradition of becoming 'contemplatives in action.' By cultivating the proper habits of study and true friendship, this community hopes to provide a place where students are free to ask the most noble questions and seek the highest truths.David Meconi, S.J.