Fostering an Integrated Learning Environment
Elon offers more than forty sections of First-Year Foundations courses within the Core Curriculum that are residentially linked to the neighborhood in which students live. Linked courses help students integrate their in-class and out-of-class experiences and enable students to more easily study together, perform group work, and have a class-based cohort experience in their own neighborhood. Students may not necessarily live next to each other, on the same floor, or even in the same building as their classmates, but all of the students in a particular linked course will reside in the same neighborhood on Elon’s campus. Many faculty teaching these linked courses will take advantage of the programs and events in their linked neighborhood and build course experiences around them.
Current Linked Courses
- COR 1100: The Global Experience
- ENG 1100: Writing: Argument and Inquiry
- STS 1100: Introduction to Statistical Reasoning
For faculty interested in teaching a residentially linked course, visit the Teaching Residentially Linked Courses page.