The CSM Living-Learning Community is designed to provide a supportive first-year college experience open to freshmen students who declare any major in the College of Science and Mathematics. The primary focus of the LLC is helping students succeed academically in the critical first year of college.

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Benefits of Participation

  • Supportive network of like-minded science and math majors with a common goal to excel academically
  • You will live in Oak Hall, in a cluster with other members of the LLC, and take your science and math classes with others in the LLC – so you can study and learn together!
  • Mentoring by student peers in their sophomore, junior, or senior year who will help guide you through the crucial first year of college
  • Development of friendships in a positive, team-oriented environment
  • Regularly scheduled group activities throughout the semester, specifically designed for freshmen in your major -- activities that focus on academic and social engagement

 

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Who can participate?

New freshmen who enter Augusta University with a high school GPA of 3.0 or better and who want to live on campus for their first year are encouraged to apply for the College of Science and Mathematics LLC, designed specifically for students majoring in any of the following disciplines: Biology, Cell and Molecular Biology, Chemistry, Ecology, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology.

 

 LLC STUDENT AMBASSADORS 

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Contact Us

College of Science & Mathematics
 1201 Goss Lane, GE-1006
Augusta, GA 30912
 
Mailing: 1120 15th Street, GE-1006
Augusta, GA 30912
  706-729-2259
  cosm@augusta.edu

@aug_csm_lc

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How can I participate?

It's easy to apply. The application to participate in the LLC can be found embedded inside the housing portal application.

Housing Application 

 

 

Living-Learning Community Requirements

  • Enroll in an LLC-approved schedule of coursework including: 
  • Cohorted classes in introductory science and mathematics courses appropriate to major
  • Other courses as approved by your academic advisor 
  • Maintain regular participation in LLC activities. 

Your Learning Experience at Augusta University


AU Housing & Residence Life

Oak Hall and Elm Hall provide housing for first-year Augusta University students. Students living in either Hall have the opportunity to participate in the living learning community and special interest housing.

CURS

The Center for Undergraduate Research and Scholarship (CURS) supports faculty-led research and scholarly activity with undergraduates at Augusta University in a variety of ways: faculty and student development activities, monthly student research brown bag seminars, grants to support student research and assessment of the impact of student research on campus. 

Tutoring Centers

The Academic Success Center (ASC) is on the Summerville campus and is home to a variety of free support services for students.

SciMath Tutoring Center is located on the Health Science campus and offers biological sciences, chemistry, math, physics, or statistics tutoring, as well as peer mentoring.

AU Libraries

Augusta University Libraries is pleased to welcome faculty, staff, new, and returning students. The libraries have study rooms and conference room available for reservation.  One library on Health Sciences campus and one on Summerville campus. Check out the information guide for Greenblatt and Reese Libraries.

Oak Hall
CSM LLC fall 2019
AU housing
Elm Hall
AU on-campus residents
AU on-campus residents