Hall Scholars Program
in 1962 as the "Pilot Program," the Lloyd Hall Scholars
Program is the oldest of the living-learning programs at the
University of Michigan. Centered in the Alice Crocker Lloyd Residence
Hall, the Program offers entering students a collegial, interdisciplinary,
academic environment in which they can enjoy the personal and
intellectual advantages of a small group setting while they explore
the resources of the larger University. A number of LS&A
courses are taught in Alice Lloyd, usually by instructors who
themselves live in the residence hall. Sound academic counseling
and a strong range of co-curricular activities are also offered.
the Program offers reserved spaces in sections of LS&A introductory
and sophomore-level courses taught elsewhere on campus; innovative
mini-courses taught in Alice Lloyd; and opportunities for independent
of the Residence Education program in Alice Lloyd Hall, the Lloyd
Hall Scholars Program has access to numerous non-academic activities,
including films, field trips, entertainment, ethnic awareness
programs, and social programs. Within LHSP, a leadership track
for a smaller number of sophomores also exists.
Program's writing course for entering students, LHSP 125, meets
the LS&A Introductory Composition Requirement for first-year
students. About ten sections of LHSP 125 are offered in fall
term and a number are offered in winter term as well. This course,
while emphasizing writing, focuses on a variety of diverse topics
and themes drawn from the various disciplines of the humanities,
social sciences, and natural sciences. Elective courses offered
through LHSP range from mini-courses to seminars. All LHSP courses
are small, and active participation by students is encouraged.
280 first-year students are admitted to the Program each year,
more than 60% from out-of-state. Inquiries should be addressed
to the Director, Lloyd Hall Scholars Program, 100 South Observatory,
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-2025.
Scholars Program Courses. A
total of 20 credits of LHSP courses may be counted toward the
minimum 120 credits required for an LS&A degree.
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