Lloyd Hall Scholars Program departmental information

Not a concentration program

The Lloyd Hall Scholars Program (LHSP) is a first- and second-year living-learning community focused on writing and the arts. Students from all academic disciplines are encouraged to participate in LHSP, take writing and studio arts classes, and engage in clubs, events, and publications related to writing and the creative arts.

Various clubs and co-curricular activities enhance the experiences of program members. LHSP sponsors guest writers and artists, theater and museum trips, a writer- or artist-in-residence, and a variety of student-led clubs, such as the Creative Writing Club, the Photography Club, and the Film Club. LHSP also hosts its own poetry prize, the Caldwell Poetry Award, and publishes View from the Hill, an LHSP arts and literary journal. As part of the Residence Education program, LHSP has access to numerous non-academic activities, including field trips, community service projects, and multicultural programs. Leadership opportunities are available for second-year students who want to stay involved in the program, become a mentor to first-year students, and live in Alice Lloyd Hall.

College of Literature, Science, and the Arts 500 S. State Street, Ann Arbor, MI  48109 © 2016 Regents of the University of Michigan