Funded by the National Science Foundation, ACUHO-I, NASPA and ACPA.
The National Study of Living-Learning Programs (NSLLP) is a multi-year study that examines how participation in living-learning programs fosters students’ academic and social outcomes. In addition, the NSLLP includes a special focus on how living-learning programs may facilitate the success of women majoring in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM). The NSLLP provides a cohesive research program that examines living-learning programs using a consistent methodology. It provides participating institutions with credible, relevant, and useful information about the learning and development of their residential student populations.
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