Living-Learning Community Pin Goals:
Students in living-learning communities (LLCs) at Gonzaga have the unique opportunity to earn an LLC pin by performing well academically and actively participating in their community. The requirements to earn a pin include:
- Attending both the fall and spring opening community meetings.
- Engaging in a 1:1 with your RA in the fall and spring semesters.
- Participating in at least six programs/events hosted by your RA or affiliated campus partner.
- Maintaining a 3.20+ GPA over the academic year.
LLC residents will be added to Zagtivities to log and reflect on their pin goals on September 1st. Click here to learn more and see step-by-step instructions!
Affiliated Campus Partners:
|Living-Learning Community||Campus Partner|
|Cura Personalis||Office of Health Promotion|
|Engineering and Computer Science||School of Engineering and Applied Science|
|Global Citizenship||Center for Global Engagement and Unity Multicultural Education Center|
|Learns to Lead||Payne Center for Leadership Development|
|Outdoor Pursuits||Gonzaga (GU) Outdoors|
|People For and With Others||Center for Community Engagement|
|Pre-Health||Health Professions Pathways Program (H3P)|
|Transfer Year Experience||Transfer, Veteran, and Returning Adult Services|
Campus Partner Retreats
Daylong or overnight retreats hosted by any campus partner are considered one program.
All residents in Coughlin Hall who are involved in community service are able to use eight hours of community service towards one program for up to three programs (i.e., 24 hours of community service counts as three programs).
Outdoor Pursuits Programmer Excursions
Students in Marian Hall have additional opportunities to attend programs hosted by Outdoor Pursuits Programmers in their halls. These programs count towards LLC pin goals just like an RA program.