Fall 2016-Spring 2017 LCL Training is now in session!
In order to be an LCL, you must be available every Tuesday from 4-4:50pm for Spring 2016 and every Tuesday and Thursday from 4-4:50pm during the Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 semesters for activities & meetings.
What is the Learning Community Liaison Program?
Who are Learning Community Liaisons?
An FAU Learning Community Liaison (aka. LCL) is a student volunteer who provides support to students that are part of the learning community program. The LCLs work throughout the year to help Learning Community students have a better knowledge and awareness of on-campus resources and faculty and staff members who are willing to assist them.
Benefits of Becoming a Learning Community Liaison...
How do I become a Learning Community Liaison?
Applications are available for students that are interested in becoming a Learning Community Liaison! Applications to become an LCL are available during the spring semester each year.
How does my Learning Community get a Learning Community Liaison?
GREAT NEWS! We’re glad that you are interested in meeting up with a Learning Community Liaison! And what’s even better is that, as a Learning Community student, you already have a Learning Community Liaison assigned to you! Check out the list of current LC Liaisons & contact yours today!
Questions about the FAU Learning Community Liaison Program or the LCL application process should be directed to: Shelby Clinton, Coordinator for the Center for Learning And Student Success (CLASS) (561) 297-0906 or firstname.lastname@example.org.