As a School of Management undergraduate student, you can join a community, study individually or with peers, and engage in opportunities to help you learn and grow—all in the Leadership, Learning and Community Center (LLCC).
As a bridge between our programs, the LLCC also offers our graduate students the chance to serve within the leadership community that inspires our undergraduates to learn and grow.
Build community, meet for group projects, study individually, and find resources and opportunities to help you reach your goals in the LLCC.
The Frank and Marilyn Clement Undergraduate Community Hub is the heart of life in the center. This bright and colorful space offers comfortable seating and a quiet space to study alone or with your management peers.
Schedule a tutoring appointment for select MG courses in our undergraduate program. You and your group can also practice for your class presentations by reserving the center’s large presentation monitor.
The lab gives you the opportunity to learn about self-leadership, apply skills and principles explored, and become the best version of yourself. Attend workshops or conversations to help you learn about these principles, examine your own strengths and goals, and find opportunities to practice and grow into a leader who inspires others, sets a positive example and adds value to any team.