colfa

College of Liberal & Fine Arts

criminal justice retention graph

Historically, students participating in the Criminal Justice Living Learning Community have retained at the University at a higher rate than their peers. This Living Learning Community specifically supports those majoring in Criminal Justice.

Criminal Justice Living Learning Community

Housing agreement type: Fall/Spring

Population: Incoming first-year students

Location: Hunewell Hall or Heritage Hall

criminal justice

Shared Courses

The Criminal Justice Living Learning Community members are a part of a program encompassing a variety of components that prepare students for career entry, promotion, federal employment, and/or graduate study. In addition to the high academic credentials of our faculty, many have work experience as police officers, correctional staff, and years of practice with criminal law.

Students Benefits

  • Access to academic support
  • Resources and relationships to navigate your first year of college
  • One-on-one guidance and advising from peers and professionals

Culture, Creativity, and Technology Living Learning Community

Housing agreement type: Fall/Spring

Population: Incoming first-year students

Location: Hunewell Hall or Heritage Hall

creative

Shared Courses

The Culture/Creativity/Technology (Digital Media) Living Learning Community members recall that the earliest academies advanced human knowledge through philosophy, critical thinking, and debate. Now, over two millennia later, these methods remain at the core of today’s universities and in the curriculum of the College of Liberal & Fine Arts (COLFA).

Students Benefits

  • Access to academic support
  • Resources and relationships to navigate your first year of college
  • One-on-one guidance and advising from peers and professionals