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August 10, 2016

 

It takes far more than a bed, desk, and chair to make a home. Lewis & Clark’s commitment to inclusion, engagement, and independence encourages a deep sense of community on campus that supports students as they settle in and thrive.

At L&C, our residence halls are designed to help students build a climate of genuine kindness and caring. No matter where you live on campus, you’ll have abundant opportunities to develop lifelong friendships. Everything you need is right here—places to learn, study, exercise, eat, relax—as well as great perks, like an art center, a convenience store, and a café that hosts study sessions, musical performances, and karaoke nights.

We also offer a variety of Living-Learning Communities. In these themed living spaces, which include partnerships with our office of Inclusion and Multicultural Engagement, Center for Entrepreneurship, and sustainability initiatives, you can develop connections and collaborate with faculty, staff, and students who share a specific interest with you. These enriched environments provide yet another way for you to expand your education beyond the classroom. 

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