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The Arts Community is designed to expand student participants involvement with the arts by engaging in the arts through structured and unstructured experiences. Students will live on one floor together in Guinn Hall and participate in a minimum of three activities relating to the arts each semester as well as lending support to other members of the community through attendance at recitals, performances, and exhibits. Faculty and School sponsored trips to area performances and exhibits are also a part of this dynamic community.

The Arts Living Learning Community is supported by faculty and staff in the School of the Arts and in University Housing. Students majoring in art, dance, drama, and music are invited to apply to live in this exciting living learning community. A $50 activity fee will be assessed to each student accepted into the program to help cover the cost for field trips and other special programs. This will be assessed directly to the student’s University account.

Apply early to insure your place in The Arts Community!!!

Application Process

To participate in the Arts Community you must:

  1. Be admitted to TWU
  2. Residential Arts Community Participants Only--Complete your housing application online with credit card payment (If you completed your housing application earlier, simply return your completed Living Learning Community application. The $50 activity fee will be billed to your student account.)
  3. Return your completed LLC application by June 1 to the Department of University Housing at the address indicated on the application or email as an attachment to housing@twu.edu
  4. Your high school transcript must be on file at the TWU Admissions Office

Acceptance to the Arts Community program will be made on a date-order, space-available basis for applicants who meet the program requirements. A maximum of 25 students will be accepted to each learning community. Residential participants will live in Guinn Hall.  Exact housing placements will be made after students have attended New Student Orientation and Arts Community participants are selected.

Enrollment & Orientation

Students interested in the Arts Community can attend a special Living Learning Community session during New Student Orientation. This session will give students an opportunity to meet the faculty, staff, and other students involved in the Arts Community. New Student Orientation is offered several times during the summer. Students interested in the Arts Community should attend orientation in June as space is very limited and offered on a first come first served basis. To receive more information about New Student Orientation, contact the Center for Student Development at 940-898-3626, or visit the web site: New Student Orientation - Orientation 

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