Deadline: April 1, 2014
First-Year Learning Communities are a collaborative effort among a sponsoring department/program/college, Academic Affairs, and University Housing, with the goal of assisting first-year students in their academic and social transition to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. A First-Year Learning Community is a great way for first-year students to explore an academic interest, while also making friends and finding an academic home at UNL.
Those interested in starting a First-Year Learning Community (FYLC) for the 2015-2016 academic year should submit their completed application, including a letter of support from an appropriate dean, department chair, or program director by April 1, 2014. Please note, due to timelines of the university recruitment cycle and logistics for planning appropriate infrastructure for a community, initial commitments are for a two-year period.
If you have any questions while filling out this application, please contact Tamy Burnett, Academic Coordinator for Learning Communities, at (402) 472-7128 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For descriptions of each form entry field, please read the New Learning Community Proposal Form Help Document.