Learning Communities at Delaware State University
For incoming freshmen, Delaware State University offers a unique opportunity to help make the transition from high school to college life a lot easier.
To form new friendships — and feel a sense of belonging on campus — join one of DSU’s Learning Communities!
As a member of a Learning Community, you’ll have the chance to be part of a community of learners with similar interests and goals within the DSU community. You’ll take part in activities that support learning inside and outside of the classroom, and you’ll build a connection with faculty, advisors and your peers.
There are two ways you can take advantage of this opportunity at Delaware State University:
Option 1: Enroll in a Learning Community in which you’re linked with fellow students in a few courses based on an interest, topic or theme.
- Option 2: If you’re going to live on campus, apply to join a residential Living-Learning Community , where you’ll live — and study, learn and socialize — with fellow members in the same residence hall.
Option 1: Learning Communities
What Can a Learning Community Offer Me?
Learning Communities can provide you with a strong foundation in integrated and active learning, enriching your DSU experience. Students are linked in two or three courses based upon a common interest, special topic or interdisciplinary theme.
The following are examples of linked courses that were offered in the past:
|The Importance of Internships||English Composition I and Business|
|Activism in Action: The Great March on Washington and Its Cultural Legacy||English Composition I and Mass Communication|
|Life Lessons||English Composition I and Mass Communication|
|Understanding Our Natural Environment||English Composition I and Agriculture|
|Perception vs. Self-Actualization||English Composition I and Psychology|
|The Chemistry of Life||English Composition I and Chemistry|
|Overcoming Challenges to a Health Life||English Composition I and Nursing|
|Organisms, Writing and Problem-Solving||English Composition I, Biology and Quantitative Skills|
How to Apply?
Option 2: Living-Learning Communities
How Can I Find Out More About Living-Learning Communities?
If you plan to live in our traditional residence halls, there are eight residential Living-Learning Communities with specific themes from which you can choose to participate. Review the list of Living-Learning Communities  to find one that matches your interests and goals and learn how to apply.