New Students will apply here. This application is for incoming transfer students and continuing students new to ELLC.
(If you cannot access the link above, a PDF can be made available. Please email email@example.com. Return the completed form to Campus Living by mail, email, or fax.)
Returning ELLC residents will complete a reflection application.
Students who want to explore the importance of innovation, discovery and transformation should consider participating in the Entrepreneurship Living Learning Community (ELLC). This LLC is a partnership between the Center for Entrepreneurship and Campus living. This LLC will offer students the chance to live in a community focused on making an immediate impact on L & C life as they learn about entrepreneurship in its many forms. Put your liberal arts to work and learn to be an effective agent for change by connecting with others, analyzing systemic challenges, and engaging the world around you.
The Entrepreneurship Living-Learning Community is cultivated through an on-going partnership with the Center for Entrepreneurship and is housed in Copeland Hall. It is only open to continuing students and new students transferring in at a sophomore level or above.
Area Director: Amanda Sarantis; firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty Fellow: TBA
Campus Partner: Chrys Hutchings, Associate Director of Programming and Partnerships, Center for Entrepreneurship
LLC Coordinator: Win Salyard