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Spanish Language and Cultures Community
The purpose of this living/learning community is to provide an environment where students can practice speaking Spanish and learn about Latinex cultures by participating in events and activities on the Marquette campus and in the surrounding Milwaukee communities.
Students who live in Spanish Language Living-Learning Community:
- Cook delicious meals together
- Attend cultural events on campus and in the Milwaukee community
- Speak Spanish together
- Enjoy time together during weekly community night on Tuesday evenings
Who is eligible?
Freshman and sophomore students who are native or heritage Spanish speakers and those who have completed or will be enrolled in Spanish 3001 during the fall 2018 term, or have placed out of this course.
Where will students be housed?
All accepted students will be housed together on a floor in Straz Tower.
How do I apply?
Priority deadline for sophomores is Feb. 28 2018 all applications are due March 10, 2017.
Priority deadline for first year students is May 4, 2018 and all applications are due by June 1, 2018.
If you have any questions, please contact Tracy Gerth-Antoniewicz, Assistant Director for Residence Life Education, at email@example.com.