Are you a closet artist or writer or filmmaker? Are you simply a lover of the "cultural arts"? We're talking literature and film and painting. We're talking theater and sculpture. And poetry that's not by Jewel. And music that's not on MTV. And movies that don't star Hilary Duff. What if you could live and hang out with other people who were into those things too? Now you can. Here's the deal:
What/Where: In the new Arts & Letters Learning Community, home of Elon’s alternative culture. This living-learning community is designed to generate an atmosphere for students to express and explore liberal thinking, creativity and artistic interests or skills. It is located in the Trollinger House (201 W. Trollinger).
Who: We're looking for open-minded, alternative-thinking, culturally aware people to live and play together. Students must show an interest in the liberal arts, either by majoring in an artistic field or the humanities (art, English, film, music, theater, philosophy, poli sci, history, etc.), or by simply enjoying and getting involved in the arts. Students should be interested in:
Students must show an interest in the arts or writing, either by majoring in an artistic field, such as art, creative writing, film, music, theater, or by enjoying and getting involved in the arts.
Trollinger House (201 W. Trollinger)
I'm really interested! How do I apply?
Returning Students: Contact the community advisor(s) and complete an application during the annual online housing selection process.
Incoming Freshmen: Select YES on the First-Year Online Housing Application and answer the essay question and submit it.
Professor Tita Ramirez
Campus Box: 2338
The Arts and Letters Learning Community: Alt Elon At Its Best