Living Learning Programs
Texas A&M University provides residential experiences commonly referred to as Living Learning Programs (LLPs). Residents in our Living Learning Programs benefit from additional resources, support, and enhanced activities centered around a specific focus in order to elevate their Aggie experience.
The Future Educators Living Learning Community welcomes freshman students who major in Interdisciplinary Studies in the Department of Teaching, Learning, and Culture (TLAC) or the Department of Educational Psychology (EPSY).
Members of the Future Educators Living Learning Program are a part of a community of scholars who share a common career goal – teaching. These students will take courses together, participate in engaging activities and events, and develop close relationships with faculty and staff in the College of Education and Human Development.
CEHD Trailblazers (1st Gen. Aggies) living learning community is for first generation freshman students in the College of Education & Human Development who want to experience a scholarly community, get to know their fellow first generation Aggies, engage with faculty, staff, and mentors in the College, and develop leadership skills.
Students in the program will learn skills to make the academic transition from high school to college, get academic and career mentoring, learn about what it means to be an Aggie, and attend social activities like Midnight Yell. Students will also get the opportunity to participate in volunteer and leadership development experiences.