Music majors will be automatically signed up for this community that takes courses together, and lives in either Lee or Bigelow Hall. Students in this community can choose to live in Bigelow Hall with a roommate of their preference, or can live in Lee Hall with a student participating in one of twelve learning communities in the building. Based on random selection, music majors will be placed in one of two learning communities. Both groups will take World of the Arts together, as well as plan some events outside of the classroom together. Students will be enrolled into a section of New Student Seminar that is exclusively for Music students, as well as a dedicated World of the Arts class taught by a faculty member in the College of Arts and Communication. World of the Arts is a course music students need to fulfill pre-requisites for future courses in the music department, and is a required course for graduation. Joining this group will assure music majors a section of New Student Seminar and World of the Arts with like-minded students. Students will also have the opportunity to work closely with our Learning Community, Beaux Arts, both in and outside of the classroom. Opportunities to attend shows, musicals, and performances will be available to the students in VI-II-V-I. Students will visit Milwaukee and Madison to explore museums and enjoy a performance by the Madison Symphony Orchestra.
Who can I live with if I join this Learning Community
Lee Hall - roommate would be someone participating in one of the twelve learning communities in that building
Bigelow Hall - roommate could be someone who is not participating in a learning community
Fall semester: World of the Arts (Gened 110) and New Student Seminar (Intraunv 104)