The time is coming for all incoming freshmen to make the decision about their learning communities. This Saturday, at the Open House, everyone will be able to ask questions at a panel concerning the learning communities.
In anticipation of that, we will be highlighting different learning communities this week with basic information and some quotes from past students of that community.
As always, if you have any questions about the communities email email@example.com
From the Duquesne website:
state, citizenship, city-state
Prepare to make a difference in community and governance.
Director: Dr. Lewis Irwin
Department of Political Science
CIVITAS resident students live in St. Martin Living-learning Center:
Men – St. Martin, 3rd floor
Women – St. Martin, 8th floor
CIVITAS students are participating in on-campus non-partisan voter registration push. Plus, each student has selected one of three other political participation activities:
- Democratic campaign activities
- Republican campaign activities
- Off-campus non-partisan voter engagement and awareness activities. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette profiled one of these activities, led by student Deana Munoz and facilitated by The League of Young Voters.
UCOR 101C, Thinking and Writing across the Curriculum, Ms. Rita Allison
HIST 151C, Shaping of the Modern World, Dr. Tsekani Browne
POLSC 105C, American National Government, Dr. Lewis Irwin
HISTY 203C, History of the United States I, Dr. Perry Blatz
Here’s what past Civitas students have had to say:
“The fact that we have 3 or 4 classes with the same people is great. It’s helpful to have study groups of people you know well.”
“It makes studying much easier. Studying no longer is boring; the learning community allows you to get feedback from other students. It helps create study groups easily. It also helps you become acquainted fast with a group of friends.”