The Global Living Learning Community at Saint Mary’s College is a residential community for those interested in exploring new cultures and international travel; especially study abroad participants.
New for 2010-2011, The Global Living Learning Community
Located in Claeys Hall North, first floor, the Global Living Learning community is a safe and engaging space where both international and domestic students can learn skills important in both cross-cultural communication and living globally.
Students living within the Global Living Learning Community must be enrolled in one globally designated course during the academic year including:
- L&CS 123: Modern Global Issues;
- JAN 027-Intercultural Dialoguing: Understanding Different Perspectives and Finding Common Ground.
In addition to global coursework, students living within the Global Living Learning Community will participate in service projects with World Bridges and the International Institute of the Bay Area, share in international dinners, view and discuss international films and participate in cultural competency workshops.
The Global Living Learning Community is sponsored by the Center for International Programs and in partnership with the Office of Residential Experience. For more information, contact the Center for International Programs at (925)631-4352 or email the coordinator for the Center for International Programs, Keith Annis, at email@example.com.