Living Learning Communities and Live-In Advisors
Living Learning Communities (LLCs) aspire to combine what is best about the Dartmouth experience: a world-class teaching and learning environment with a vibrant sense of community, guided and supported through engagement with talented faculty, staff, and graduate students. LLCs promote the personal and intellectual development of residents through the relationships that form in residential spaces between undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty, and staff. The LLCs in total are served by the House Professor of LLCs who lives near the LLCs and engages students in inter-LLC programming. Each LLC is sponsored by a department or office on campus and advised by a faculty and or staff member. LLCs receive residential oversight from live-in Residential Education professional staff members (Assistant Directors) who supervise the live-in student staff members (Undergraduate Advisors (UGAs)). Each LLC has a Leadership Team that consists of some combination of Faculty/Staff Advisor(s), Live-In Advisor(s), Assistant Directors, and UGAs.