Education Living Learning Community

Sponsored By: College of Education

The Education Living Learning Community is a community for students interested in a career in education, fitness or sports. Students in the Education LLC will form connections with faculty and staff from the College of Education. A variety of interactive programs and activities will be planned throughout the year.

Eligibility Students must be majoring in education , athletic training, exercise science, or sport management to participate. Students are required to maintain good academic standing. Priority give to incoming first year students.

Why Join?
• Networking opportunities with College of Education faculty and staff
• Professional development opportunities
• Community-service events
• Social activities (i.e. bowling, laser tag and movie nights)
• Build friendships

Learning Outcomes
• Form relationships with fellow Education majors, faculty and staff
• Experience education-focused programming

Past Programs
• Group advising
• Career workshops
• "Big for a Day" with Big Brothers/Big Sisters

For More Information:
Education LLC Coordinator: Kayla Jasso, (316) 978-7437,
Residence Life Coordinator: Becca Johnson, (316) 978-7749,

Peer Academic Leader (PAL) Profile

Bekah Phillips is a senior majoring in Secondary Education with an emphasis in Mathematics. She is excited to be the Peer Academic Leader for the Education Living Learning Community. Bekah is involved in Navigators on campus and enjoys spending time with her friends and family. Some words that describe Bekah are: outgoing, friendly, procrastinator, creative, easy going, energetic, and hardworking. Bekah is looking forward to getting to know her residents and help build a community on her floor where friendships will be built.