Faculty members can play a variety of roles in our living-learning communities. Most of the faculty members involved work with our academically based living-learning communities, but some work with our interest based communities as well.

Each living-learning community has a learning team, which consists of faculty members, residence hall directors, academic advisors, Career Center staff, library staff, the assistant director for living-learning programs, and in some cases, students from a community. This team develops plans and activities to meet the yearly goals of a living-learning community.

Some faculty members may teach an academic course associated with a community for a semester or the entire year. Other faculty members may visit the halls to have review sessions, enjoy lunch or dinner with students, and share their current or ongoing research projects or professional work experiences.