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.
Most of the courses in this list are open to any resident of a living-learning community and the courses fill quickly. If you have unusual difficulty registering for a course, please contact Sarah in 106 PAR at 217-265-0534 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, use Course Explorer. Here you can find class schedules, course catalog, general education requirements and registration information.