The First-Year Hall of Justice Living-Learning Community is designed for students who are entering UMass Lowell as Criminal Justice majors, or have an interest in the field of Criminal Justice and/or Criminology. Students who live in this LLC will explore issues including violence and victims, justice-involved mental health populations, police innovations, data-driven practice and national security. Through understanding the ways in which the School of Criminology & Justice Studies utilizes innovative technologies, students will have opportunities to understand the facts and concepts of criminal justice, as well as how to apply such knowledge within their intended career path. This LLC will focus on exploring career opportunities as well as engaging with local law enforcement professionals that scaffold upon what is being learned within the classroom. Residents of this LLC will have the opportunity to interact regularly with a Faculty Advisor within the College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences for academic support, mentoring, and guidance.
As a result of living in the First-Year Hall of Justice Living-Learning Community, students will have the opportunity to…
Professor Cathy Levey | Lecturer, Criminal Justice, School of Criminology & Justice Studies
Applying to a Living-Learning Community is free and easy:
1. Visit the Online Housing Portal and click on the housing application form.
2. Select the Living-Learning Community you wish to apply for and answer a few short answer questions on the "Living-Learning Community Selection" page of the housing application.
3. Invitations to participate in the LLC will be extended via email to applicants based on application answers and availability.
4. If offered a spot in the Living-Learning Community, return to the housing application using the link sent in the invitation email to accept/decline your place in the community.
5. Select your room in the Living-Learning Community on LLC Room Selection Day.