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The Catholic Living Learning Community

The Catholic Living Learning Community is a year-long experience for first year students, built upon the pillars of community, faith, learning, and friendship. 

Living: Students will live on the same floor of Munroe Hall on campus. 

Learning: Students will take the Discover Class, Introduction to Catholicism, with Dr. Bill Cavanaugh in the Fall. In the Spring Quarter, students take one four-credit Catholic Studies class of their choosing.

Community: Student will participate in a variety of events during the year through the Department of Catholic Studies, the Division of Mission and Ministry, and the Center for World Catholicism. These events include lectures on Catholic topics, Catholic study nights, service immersions, retreats, and communal prayer opportunities, to name a few.

Faith: Students are invited to pray together and attend Sunday Mass together. The courses they take in the Fall and Spring Quarter will deepen their understanding of Catholicism and their own personal faith. 

Friendship: Students will meet one another in the beginning of the year and form friendships based on common interests as well as learning and sharing their lives together. The student resident assistant responsible for the Catholic Living Learning Community fosters community through optional social and educational gatherings throughout the year.

The scholarship is for $4,500. Students will receive $2,000 towards housing and one fully paid class in Catholic Studies in the Spring Quarter. 
The application deadline for the 2023-2024 academic year has passed.