The Nursing Themed Living Learning Community (TLLC) is for students pursuing a major in the Mennonite College of Nursing.
Residents of the floor will receive individualized attention from College of Nursing Faculty and Staff who are committed to your academic success and acclimation into this professional major. Floor programs and activities include opportunities for you to interact with nursing faculty, administrators, and other student nurses.
If accepted for residence you will be able to select a room on your web date provided there is availability.
As long as you are a declared nursing major you will be allowed to live in this community depending on availability. If you opt to live within this Community you will be able to select your room on your regular web date.
The community offers many opportunities for academic and social interaction.
Students residing in the Nursing TLLC must complete the following requirements each semester to be considered a resident in good standing and remain on the floor each semester:
*Quiet hours will be voted on by the floor at the beginning of the year, but will not exceed 11 p.m. Failure to meet any of these requirements each semester will result in removal from the TLLC floor.
Students living on the floor will be sent email notifications in advance of the event with details about the pending activity. For additional information regarding academic lifestyles at Illinois State University contact us.