Traditional campus buildings have a single purpose. Academic buildings hold classrooms, laboratories, and lecture halls for formal learning. Student centers serve as less formal gathering places. The library, set apart from both, is a quiet space for studying. In most cases, residence halls are even further removed from the heart of academic life. CBU’s Living Learning Center, on the other hand, purposefully integrates a seminar classroom, study spaces, a faculty Learning Community Director’s office, and large social gathering and event spaces with a traditional dormitory.
The Living Learning Center at CBU offers an environment uniquely designed to nurture the expectation that education happens everywhere. This new, multi-purpose Center will include: