Chinese Language Flagship Program
Living and Learning Community

The Chinese Language Flagship Program Living and Learning Community provides first-year students with a living environment that promotes personal growth, academic success, and a smooth transition from high school to college. See an overview of LLCs at URI

Location

Hillside Hall

Eligibility

Incoming first-year students admitted to the Chinese Language Flagship Program who request on-campus housing are automatically eligible for assignment to the LLC residence hall.

Learn more about Living and Learning Community housing assignments.

Programming and Traditions

Here are just a few of the opportunities available to you through the Chinese Language Flagship Program LLC, whether or not you live in Hillside Hall:

  • Flagship Orientation and Linguistic Preparation (week prior to regularly-scheduled move-in for First Year Flagship Students
  • Welcome Luncheon for all Flagship Students
  • Chinese Tutoring
  • Flagship Career Path Panel
  • Meet the Deans and Faculty Forum
  • Chinese Cultural Events: Movie Nights, Lectures, Cooking, and more
  • Piece of Cake: Registration Help, with Faculty and Advisors

Staff and Contacts

Resident Academic Mentor (RAM)

Name: Kenny Cordoba-Llanos
Class Year: 2018
Major: Global Business Management; Chinese
Hometown: Providence, RI


Academic Partner
Wayne Wenchao He, Associate Professor of Chinese; Chinese Language Flagship Program Director

Residence Hall Contact
For questions about the residence hall (room assignments, roommates, facilities, deadlines, etc.), please contact Deb Bergner, Coordinator of Educational Programs, at debbergner@uri.edu or 401.874.4151.