If you are a residential student, you will live with others who share courses and social justice interests, building a close community and forging friendships.Acquire greater understanding of social justice movements, contemporary issues, and career options under the mentorship of distinguished faculty and staff.
Participation in experiences inside and outside of the classroom that explore solutions to complex societal problems.
Reducing commuting time to class, because fall semester courses are offered on Livingston Campus.
Involvement in the LSJLC in the first-year will provide you with exclusive opportunities for future internships and leadership positions.
Social Justice Peer Mentor in residence.