Leadership for Social Change Learning Community

If you are interested in becoming a leader and making a difference in the world, the Leadership for Social Change Learning Community is the perfect way to start off your SLU experience. Located in Spring Hall, this community will challenge you to learn about social advocacy through relationship building, creative action and the social sciences.

Make a Difference Day Service Project

You will learn to identify, critique and innovatively address underlying issues within community structures as a result of this learning community experience. This community is a great way to build significant connections, meet passionate faculty and become active in the city of St. Louis. This community also has a sophomore component for students who wish to continue in the community for a second year. This community is open to all students.

Recommended for aspiring student leaders of all majors and specifically geared toward students majoring in English, philosophy, theology, theatre, music, art history, studio art, foreign language, education, psychology, sociology, anthropology, and other programs in the College of Arts and Science.

Associated Classes for 2017-2018

Fall
  • UNIV 1010: Enhancing First-Year Success
  • PSY 1010: General Psychology
  • FPA 1100: The Arts and Social Change
    or
    SOC 1500: The Urban Community: Race, Class, and Spiritual Justice
Spring
  • THEO 1000: Theological Foundations
  • PSY 3930: Positive Psychology
    or
    ASTD 2700 Gender, Race, Social Justice

Faculty Associate

Janet Kuebli. Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychology,  has studied emotional development, the role of family discourse processes in socialization, children’s health/safety socialization, and the psychology of parenting. Her teaching interests include emotional and social development, the socialization of emotion and self-understanding, and the psychology of gender. 

The best part of living in the Leadership for Social Change Learning Community is being in a community of students who are passionate about many different topics and engaging in very stimulating discussions.

Darnell Burton, Resident Adviser