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Integrated Learning-Living Communities

Welcome to the ILLCs Blog at UD

By Molly Keane-Sexton

Join a group of people who live in the same residence hall and take classes together.  As part of an ILLC, students make lifelong friendships, earn higher GPAs, and get involved with campus activities.  Studies show that ILLCs help new students successfully transition into college. There is an ILLC for you! But, act quickly. They fill up fast. You may be invited to select an ILLC as part of your course preferencing process. Find the best fit for you!

ILLCs open to all majors: Building Communities for Social JusticeBusiness Ethics and Environmental SustainabilityCORE: Human Values in a Pluralistic Culture; and Sustainability, Energy & the Environment.

ILLCs for specific majors: Curiosity in the Classroom (select Teacher Education majors) and Women in Science & Engineering (female science and engineering majors).

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CORE Fall 2017

The Core Integrated Studies Program is the oldest ILLC at the University of Dayton. Core is a challenging 2 ½ year, innovative curriculum that stresses connections between academic disciplines. 
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