General Freshmen Living Learning Communities
Bradley Community Scholars
This community is designed with those exploring majors and exploring the university in mind. Use Salt Lake City as your text as you explore, experience, observe and reflect.
This community is designed for students from all majors. Travel the world from your university. Focus on the ideas that have had an enduring, foundational influence on our understanding of both ourselves and the world in which we live.
Outdoor Education and Leadership
This community is designed for students that share similar interests in areas of outdoor leadership and adventure activities while exploring Honors class topics which include recreation and sustainability. The LLC also includes a small fee, covering a trip down the Green River the week before classes begin.
Sage Point Citizenship
This LLC is located in one floor of the Sage Point residence halls. This community is designed for all majors and anyone who wishes to explore: what makes a good citizen? Explore ways to act as effective citizens through civic and community engagement.
Research in the Sciences
This community is designed as an option for students interested in scientific research, primarily in the laboratory setting. We will explore various laboratories and departments on campus engaged in this work.
This community is designed as an option for students interested in pursuing health professions, including nursing, medicine, and kinesiology, among others.
Dealing with Difference (Sage Point)
This community is designed for students from any major who are interested in diversity. We’ll be thinking about and exploring questions around diversity of thought as well as diversity of life-forms on the planet.
This community is designed for all majors focusing on non-business majors. Students in the Entrepreneurship LLC will take a two part series of introductory Entrepreneurship courses through the Business School and two Honors Courses.
This community is designed for all majors. Students focus on communicating across disciplines and perspectives, communicating to call to action and more.
This community investigates the concepts of leadership, power and influence. It serves as an introduction to the basics of leadership theory and development. The majority of the LLC will center on a series on discussions culminating in a strong personal leadership statement. Students are required to prepare for class by mastering the readings and regularly write in a reflective journal.