FAMU Prepares to Install New Living-Learning Communities at Palmetto North

FAMU Prepares to Install New Living-Learning Communities at Palmetto North

FAMU Prepares to Install New Living-Learning Communities at Palmetto North

Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) President Elmira Mangum, Ph.D., has a vision to revitalize our historic campus and help stimulate the redevelopment of Tallahassee’s Southside Adams and Monroe Streets corridor. That plan includes a new and improved residential facility in the form of a living-learning community (LLC) called the Palmetto North Project.

An LLC is an environment where students are placed together based on a common major, common interest, or common program affiliation assignments. Research suggests that this type of collaborative learning outside the classroom improves academic outcomes for students.

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