Sustainable Environments and Engaged Democracy (SEED) Learning Community
The SEED Learning Community in Cowden engages you with challenging ecological and social issues of today.
SEED enables you to learn and work with people of diverse
backgrounds in order to foster creative and beneficial change in the world.
SEED is ideal for students who are considering majoring in:
- environmental studies
- ethnic studies
- women studies
Seats in certain high-demand classes will be reserved for
freshman in this Learning Community. Your adviser will help you enroll in these
courses. Visit Priority
Enrollment to find out more about enrollment and advising.
Seats reserved in:
121 Student Driven Campus Change:
Ever wanted to change something for the better? This course
will empower and prepare students to work effectively in their communities,
social groups and democracy to initiate and achieve social change. Students will learn and discuss topics such as, what makes a good citizen, activism,
service and politics, and ways to become leaders in their community. This
course will focus on how people organize to create and exercise power to make
change. It will also focus on increasing our own toolbox of skills to lead and
create movements. We will work to change the culture of engagement on campus
and on projects of our choosing.