StudiOC offers six to seven semester-long learning communities each academic year.

StudiOC classroom with students around long table
Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Chie Sakakibara teaches the Indigenous Environmentalism course in a StudiOC learning space. Photo credit: Yevhen Gulenko

Learning communities are comprised of two or three individually instructed courses from different academic departments clustered around a common theme.    

Faculty and students within a learning community work together at key points throughout the semester for multidisciplinary discussion, shared assignments, and programming.

StudiOC learning communities are available to first-year and current students.

Interested in joining a StudiOC community?

Students: Contact, Liz Clerkin, associate dean for Academic Advising Resource Center/Registrar
Faculty: Contact, Laura Baudot, director of StudiOC/associate professor of English