About the Community
The IntersXtions Living Learning Community (IntersXtions) welcomes undergraduate students from all majors who wish to explore issues of social justice and diversity through academic and community engagement. Through service-learning projects, facilitated dialogues, and for-credit courses, the LLC fosters a safe (and brave) space for students to confront a multitude of social inequalities.
The purpose of the Living Learning Community is to facilitate diversity and social justice experiences that enrich the academic and social pursuits of undergraduate students in a community setting.
To be a participant in the IntersXtions LLC, students must:
- Be an undergraduate student in any major; special consideration given to students with a Women’s and Gender Studies major and minor
- Interest and/or experience in social justice and diversity
- Apply and complete an on-campus housing application
Spring Semester: A 1 hour section of WGST 291 – Undergraduate research opportunities will be offered to interested LLC participants.
*This location was selected for its lowest price point/cost to enable as many students as possible to join the community. Thus, to minimize the barriers of socioeconomic status for participation.