Learning Communities consist of two courses linked together to explore common themes and encourage partnerships with professors and peers. Learning community students and faculty participate as a group in rewarding community engagement projects.

 
  • Why Join?

    Participation in a Learning Community offers a number of benefits, all of which help promote your academic and social success at UVU. As with any endeavor you undertake, what you get out of it depends on what you put into it, but the potential benefits include:

  1. Enhanced academic and social opportunities
  2. Improved GPA
  3. Improved connection to faculty and other students
  4. Greater involvement in learning
  5. Increased satisfaction with your UVU experience
  6. Increased persistence to graduation
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  1. PSY 1010 & CLSS 1050

    Intro to Psychology and Library Research

  2. ENGL 1010 & CLSS 1100

    Intro to Writing and Stress Management/Hardiness

  3. ENGL 1010 & CLSS 1000

    Intro to Writing and University Student Success

  4. ENGL 1010 & SOC 1010

    Intro to Writing and Intro to Sociology

  5. ENGL 1010 & POLS 1000

    Intro to Writing and American Heritage

  6. ENGL 1010 & POLS 1000

    Intro to Writing and American Heritage

  7. ENGL 2010 & BIOL 1010

    Intermediate Writing-Humanities/Social Sciences and General Biology

  8. ENGL 201H & PHIL 205H

    Intermediate Writing-Humanities/Social Sciences and Ethics & Values

  9. HIST 2700 & CLSS 1000

    US History to 1877 and University Student Success

  10. ARTH 271H/2710 & GEO 101H/1010

    History of Art to Renaissance and Intro to Geology

  11. BIOL 1010 & MAT 1010

    General Biology and Intermediate Algebra

  12. MAT 1010 & MATH 1050

    Intermediate Algebra and College Algebra

  13. MAT 1010 & MATH 1050

    Intermediate Algebra and College Algebra

  14. MAT 1010 & MATH 1050

    Intermediate Algebra and College Algebra