A close-knit community where you can find deeper ways to talk about race and culture, more fully understand different life experiences and points of view and learn to live in a diverse community.
Location and Contact
First and second floors in Babcock Hall (PAR).
Programs and Fees
Benefits include special for-credit courses, community events focused on social identities and social justice, access to multicultural collection in the Residence Hall Libraries, annual trips focused on exploring culture and identity and Guest-In-Residence.
A fee of $200 to support the co-curricular and extracurricular learning opportunities in this community is added to the academic year living costs.
A major benefit of living in Intersections LLC is the opportunity to enroll in our on- and off-site courses. Many of our courses meet general education requirements while others are elective credit depending on your academic program.
Take advantage of special courses available to Intersections residents.
- Courses are offered on site at Intersections.
- Take classes with your friends.
- Class sizes are smaller.
- Courses fulfill General Education Requirements.
For more information and to find courses offered in the LLC, see our LLC course listings. Here you can find class schedules, general education requirements and registration information.
Most of the courses in this list are open to any resident in a living-learning community and the courses fill quickly. If you have unusual difficulty registering for a course, please contact Sarah in 106 PAR or at 217-265-0534 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.