Special Interest Housing Application

    Coastal Carolina Unviersity

    You indicated an interest in Special Interest Housing with University Housing at Coastal Carolina University on your 2013-2014 Housing Application. Please fill out this application to complete the process and to be considered for selection onto one of our Living Learning Communities (LLC) or Freshmen Interest Groups (FIG). As indicated in your application request for housing, your selection into an LLC or FIG will override your roommate request. All SIH communities have been selected. Applications at this time will be considered for our alternate pool. We will contact you via your CCU email account if we have a vacancy on the community prior to the start of the Fall semester.
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    Living Learning Communities

    Living Learning Communities are communities where student are connected in the Residence Halls by a common academic interest. These communities are assisted by a Faculty member on campus.

    Mathematics Living Learning Community

    (Eaglin Hall) - The Mathematics community is for first year students who are interested in pursuing Mathematics or will be taking a math class they know they will need help in while at Coastal. This environment will allow for residents to connect over a common interest in Mathematics and build relationships for tutoring and assistance. A faculty member will work with the RA and RD of the community to connect and engage the residents in learning opportunities and career investigation opportunities. • Lunches with faculty and staff in the Mathematics Science Department • Opportunities to assist students who struggle with Mathematics • Faculty programs for connection opportunities

    Emerging Pathways Living Learning Commmunity

    (Eaglin Hall) - Coastal Carolina University offers many majors for students to choose from, and for many students this decision is challenging; research has shown that more than half of students change their major through the course of their undergraduate studies. The Emerging Pathways Living Learning Community offers students who are considering multiple majors to be involved in a community dedicated to their academic development, with the ultimate goal of students in this community discovering a major and career that will fulfill their academic and personal needs. Some of the programs in this community will include: • Major selection workshops and other programs facilitated with the Career Center • Guest speakers and lecturers from different fields • Combined courses between members of the LLC. • Networking opportunities with faculty and staff on campus

    Sea Floor Living Learning Community

    (Ingle Hall) - Are you interested in Marine Science or Marine Biology? Then we have the community for you! The SEA Floor at Ingle Hall is one way to get involved with one of Coastal’s largest majors! This floor will have a Resident Assistant with knowledge of the Marine Science and Marine Biology floors. Among the programs that may be offered include: • Lunches with faculty and staff in the Marine Science Department • Trips to aquariums around the state • Volunteer opportunities in the community to help students build their resume

    Freshmen Interest Groups

    Freshmen Interest Groups are communities of students grouped in the Residence Halls through a common interest. The campus partners are staff member from offices around campus who want to to involved and engaged with our residents in the halls.

    CINO Quest Community

    (Ingle Hall) - The CINO Quest Community is an option available for the future student leaders of Coastal Carolina University! Many of the leadership concepts learned through the Summer CINO Quest program will be fostered and applied through various programs and involvement with the Ingle Community Council, Residence Hall Association and other leadership opportunities on campus. This community will only be available for students who complete the CINO Quest program over the Summer of 2013.

    Teal Traditions Community

    (Ingle Hall) - The Teal Traditions Community is a group of 40-50 students that represent Coastal Carolina’s most spirited new students! This floor, staffed with Resident Assistants who are passionate about Coastal Carolina University and among the best student leaders on campus, will be involved in numerous programs including: • Floor trips to Athletic Events • Leading the Ingle Hall Homecoming team • Creating programs with the Residence Hall Association • Taking part in many of Coastal Carolina University’s largest events (CHANT-a-thon, Relay for Life, etc.)

    Men of Coastal Leadership Community

    (Ingle Hall) - The Coastal Men’s Leadership community will consist of a group of gentlemen dedicated to becoming leaders on Coastal Carolina University’s campus! Led by a male Resident Assistant who is a leader on CCU’s campus, there will be a variety of events including: • Programs on men’s issues • Leadership seminars with CCU Faculty and Staff • Group trips to the HTC Center and other campus events

    Coastal Women's Leadership Community

    (Eaglin Hall) - This community is dedicated to women’s leadership at Coastal Carolina University! This group of women will work with a female Resident Assistant who has demonstrated a passion for women’s issues to promote women’s leadership among the community. Possible programs include: • Programs on a variety of women’s issues • Breast Cancer Awareness month • Working with the Women’s Resource Center and other campus programs

    Healthy Living Community

    (Eaglin Hall) - The Healthy Living Community is for first year students who want to lead a healthy life. This community will allow for students to become engaged and knowledgeable about them as a whole person. • Opportunities for community Intramural Teams • Opportunities to meet with faculty and staff across campus that can help them achieve their healthy goals. • Participate in programming that will educate other students on making healthy choices as it pertains to their mind, body and soul.
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