LLC Pin Goals

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 and closing community meetings.
  • Attending collaboration hours with a Peer Mentor twice each semester.
  • Participating in at least two programs hosted by a Peer Mentor.
  • Participating in at least three programs hosted by an RA or affiliated campus partner.
  • Attend one Coughlin Conversation or other lecture event hosted by an affiliated campus partner.
  • Maintaining a 3.00+ GPA over the academic year.

LLC residents are emailed a link to log their pin goals on an online form.

Affiliated Campus Partners:

Living-Learning Community  Campus Partner 
Honors   Honors Program 
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

Special Considerations:

Campus Partner Retreats

Daylong or overnight retreats hosted by any campus partner are considered one program.

Community Service

All residents in Coughlin Hall who are involved in community service are able to use two hours of community service towards one program for up to two programs (i.e., four hours of community service counts as two 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.