Honors Learning Community
Dedicated to the holistic development of students in support of the Saint Louis University mission, the Honors Learning Community strives to develop active citizens through an emphasis on service, leadership, and a deeper appreciation of diversity by fostering an interdisciplinary, integrated learning experience for first and second year students. The Honors Learning Community is an environment where Honors students develop meaningful relationships with their peers as well as faculty and staff, grow intellectually through discourse and shared experiences, and establish a connection to the Saint Louis University community.
Examples of Activities:
- Community dinners
- Group discussions
- Touring St. Louis sites
- Service projects
- Mid Term and Finals Study Breaks
Examples of Service Involvement:
- Assisted at a local elementary school.
Guided Study Groups:
The Honors learning community is one of four learning communities that will have guided study groups in the Fall. While all learning communities and FIGs are encouraged to build study groups, these guided study groups have the built in support of the Department of Academic Support's tutoring and Supplemental Instruction services. To learn more about this additional resource, check out the LC Guided Study Group webpage.
To view an example of the Honors LC Agreement click here.