BC F1RST - Living Learning Community (LLC)
Open to First-Year Students Only
The BC F1RST Living Learning Community (LLC) is an inclusive living community dedicated to supporting first-year, first-generation, and low-income students in their transition to college. The BC F1RST LLC works in collaboration with the Office of Residential Life to offer a variety of programs, activities, and services to help members connect with fellow first-generation, first-year college students, staff, faculty, and administrators. Participants will be encouraged to develop support networks to enhance their personal development, pursue academic excellence, and enhance their collegiate experience. Through group discussions on various topics, students will gain increased knowledge and confidence that will enable them to be successful at BC. Students who choose the BC F1RST LLC are required to enroll in the Applications of Learning Theory (UNAS 1005) course during the Fall semester. The Applications of Learning Theory course will assist with the academic and intellectual transition to BC and will help students build confidence in their academic abilities.
Co-Sponsoring Department: Residential Life
Location: Hardey Hall
Type of Housing: Traditional Style Housing
Projected ’22 - ’23 Enrollment: 20 Residents
Resident Director: Ezequiel Delgado-Cervantes
Faculty/Staff Partners: Karl Bell and Denise Mashmasarmi
Resident Assistants 22-23: TBD
Academic Requirement: Students will enroll in Applications of Learning Theory (UNAS 1005) during the Fall 2022 semester.