The Design Living-Learning Community gives freshman students majoring in interior design to participate in discussions, gallery showcases, and field trips to meet with professionals in the field and live with others exploring the design world. Faculty members will assist freshmen in connecting with upper-level students, learning professional skills, and examining unique experiences within the community.
Partners: To accomplish our goals, the Design Living-Learning Community works very closely with the interior design program in the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences and College of Architecture, and partners with campus offices including the Career Center and Academic Advising.
Programming: Students may choose to participate in tours of design companies, visits to art museums, student gallery showcases, in-hall advising nights, learning about internship opportunities, and more. This past year students visited the Sauder Manufacturing Company.
Location: This community is located in Brayton/Clevenger Halls in LaFollette Complex, and will relocate to the renovated Schmidt/Wilson Halls in Johnson West Complex when it reopens in fall 2017.
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