YOUR GUIDE TO RS O T A C U D E E L G A THE E G N I N R A E L G N I V I L COMMUNITY
EAGLE EDUCATORS LLC
Making A Difference Through Teaching
ABOUT THE LIVING-LEARNING COMMUNITY Sponsored by the College of Education, this community is designed to help students adjust to the collegiate environment, while teaching them about the complex needs of the U.S. Education System and helping them develop the skills to become a culturally responsive educator.
2- or 4-Bedroom Suite
$20 RLC Activity Fee (per semester) Early Move-In & Orientation Events Enrollment in Common FYE 1220 (Fall) and RLC 1000 (Fall / Spring)**
APPLICATION PROCESS Students will be able to express interest in joining this community and their preferred room type (see ďŹ‚oor plans on next page) on their housing application. Housing staff will conďŹ rm student has declared major in the College of Education before assigning students to a room in the community with a fellow Eagle Educator member. Click to learn more about the Residential Learning Communities Program.
COMMUNITY EXPERIENCE The LLC’s Advisory Board is comprised of faculty and staff from the College of Education and Housing. Members of the Board teach RLC common courses (FYE 1220 and RLC 1000) and support residents personally, academically, and professionally. The Board also hosts fun social events throughout the year. Some past and potential activities include: ★
FYE 1220 - Students will take a special section of FYE 1220 together with content focused on the needs of education majors. **Honors College students are exempt from this requirement.
RLC 1000 - Students meet regularly to take part in activities focused on members personal, professional, and multicultural development. Special Events - Examples include movie nights, craft workshops, group service experiences, community competitions (such as Best ‘Teacher Outﬁt’ and Best Bulletin Board), and time to talk with Moonpie, the certiﬁed therapy goat.
COMMUNITY ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS Dr. Kathryn Haughney Assistant Professor of Special Education
Dr. Stephanie Devine
Assistant Professor of Special Education and Executive Director of the EAGLE Academy Program
Educator Preparation Coordinator for the College of Education
Assistant Director of Residential Learning with University Housing
Resident Director with University Housing
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UNIVERSITY HOUSING 912-478-5406 email@example.com COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 912-478-5648 firstname.lastname@example.org