Augusta House Social Justice Living Learning Community

Location:

Augusta Hall

Learning Objectives:

Students living in the Augusta House of Social Justice LLC:

  • explore pertinent local and global social issues and how they affect humanity
  • gain a greater understanding of how to practice proactive advocacy for others in need
  • develop skills in service leadership development, engaging students campus wide in educational and advocacy programs

More about the Social Justice Living Learning Community:

The Augusta House of Social Justice at Roanoke College is dedicated to helping students explore their own values in the context of individual responsibility to local, regional and global communities. Consistent with the mission of the College, this Living Learning Community seeks to provide students with a "hands on" experience that is committed to preparing students to become leaders who will strive to educate the public on global community needs and to provide proactive ways to seek social justice.

Qualifications:

  • must be in good standing with the College

Advisor:

  • Jesse Griffin, Director of Community Service & Assistant to the Chaplain

For further information, please contact:

  • Jesse Griffin, Director of Community Service & Assistant to the Chaplain
  • 104 Morehead Hall
  • 540-375-2300
  • griffin@roanoke.edu