Learning Communities Available to Students in the College of Technology
Air Force ROTC
The Air Force ROTC of Purdue Learning Community is designed to bring together freshmen AFROTC students who have the ultimate goal of becoming Officers in the United States Air Force.
The Aviation Learning Community is designed for students who have an interest in flight and Aviation Technology at Purdue.
Around the World (in Global Texts and Religions)
Join this LC to learn about enhancing global understanding and the ability to address current individual and national strife.
Building Construction Management (BCM)
The Building Construction Management Learning Community will help you “build” a strong foundation in your college career.
Computer Graphics Technology (CGT)
Through the CGT Learning Community, you will participate in co-curricular activities related to the computer graphics technology field.
Computer and Information Technology (CIT)
The CIT Learning Community will help you get off to a good start in the Computer and Information Technology program in the College of Technology at Purdue.
Diversity in Gender and Sexuality Studies
This Learning Community welcomes all first-year students and provides an environment that complements the learning outcomes of the Gender and Sexuality Studies curriculum at Purdue University.
Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology (ECET) Connections
The ECET Connections Learning Community is focused on exploring the range of opportunities in Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology.
Entrepreneurship and Innovation
If you have an interest in learning how businesses launch, compete and grow, consider the Entrepreneurship & Innovation Learning Community (ELC).
Future Naval Officers of Purdue
The Future Naval Officers of Purdue Learning Community is devoted to building a solid foundation for future Navy and Marine Corps Officers.
Law and Literature, Past and Present
How far does the law express what is just or good? In this learning community you will explore questions like this and the conflicts that arise from them.
Join other first-year Psychology students with your interests as they begin exploring human behavior and the mind. Through active LC participation, you will bring your classroom education to life.
TEACH! Secondary Education
TEACH! Learning Communities are designed to bring first-year Teacher Education students together through academics, professional development, and social activities.
Technology Leadership and Innovation
This Learning Community challenges participants to be active social change agents in society and fosters an environment that encourages students to explore and learn about themselves.
Women in Technology (WIT)
This LC is a great way for you to build friendships and study groups.