Dr. P Eric Abercrumbie Living-Learning Community (ALLC)
The Dr. P Eric Abercrumbie Living-Learning Community (ALLC), supported by the Office of Ethnic Programs and Services (EPS) and the African American Cultural & Resource Center (AACRC), is a residence-based learning community in Turner Hall for students who have been accepted into the Darwin T. Turner Scholars Program and/or the Transitions Program. Participants will live in an environment that fosters personal and social identity development, leadership engagement, and academic success. Spots in the ALLC are limited and can be selected on the Housing Application by May 2, 2022.
Through this community, we honor the history and legacy of those who came before us, while providing students with the opportunity to create their own path towards leaving their mark at the University of Cincinnati and larger community. Students participate in a variety of service-learning projects and meet monthly. Members of this community engage in dialogue and reflection that facilitate a sense of pride in one’s racial and ethnic identity, as well as their other intersecting identities.
The ALLC application should be completed through the Housing Application. If you are not a member of the Turner Scholars Program and want to participate in the ALLC, make sure you have applied to Transitions and the ALLC by May 2nd.
- Be a first-year student accepted into the Darwin T. Turner Scholars Program and/or Transitions Program.
- Live in Turner Hall, on a designated floor, with other members of the community.
- Roommates must also be accepted into the ALLC.
- Meet the expectations and requirements of the Darwin T. Turner Scholars and/or Transitions Program.
- Participate in monthly ALLC meetings, attend cultural on and off campus events and participate in service-learning projects.