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Living-Learning Community

First-year students in Women and Leadership join us at Otterbein in a Living-Learning Community (LLC) where they explore leadership principles with other students enrolled in First Year Seminars that also are leadership-based.

While living in the LLC, student examine their strengths, develop mentoring skills, engage in fireside chats with campus resource professionals from Student Affairs, explore political issues, participate in team-building activities and attend leadership seminars.

LLC student on the ropes course

"The ropes course helped me get over fears I didn't even know I had, and I was able to bond with students from other classes that I don't normally run into. Learning to work as a team and accomplish a common goal, or even just defining that common goal, were some of the most important skills I have learned so far. I can't wait to see what next month brings!" -LLC Participant

Learn more about Otterbein's Living-Learning Community.

"My first month in the LLC has been a great experience allowing me to learn how to become a better leader, help me make great friends, and help me learn how to trust people. It has made being in college more fun." - LLC Participant

/ Contact Us

Melissa Kesler Gilbert
Associate Dean of Experiential Learning and Director for the Center for Community Engagement
p/ 614.823.1251
e/ mgilbert@otterbein.edu

Kristi Robbins
Chief of Staff, President's Office
p/ 614.823.1232
e/ krobbins@otterbein.edu

Women's Fund of Central Ohio

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