Entrepreneurship Living Learning Community


Entrepreneurship Living Learning Community

The ELLC is a community for undergraduate students in all disciplines who have an entrepreneurial spirit: aspiring entrepreneurs, creatives, developers, coders, and problem solvers.

The ELLC will be functioning virtually this year. As always, involvement in ELLC activities will be on the basis of membership rather than room assignment or physical location. Students will have the opportunity to apply to participate, but involvement will not be residentially based.


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Entrepreneurship Living Learning Community students have the opportunity to gain a broad set of entrepreneurial perspectives as they engage in student and guest speaker led discussions and case studies during the Entrepreneurship Living Learning Community remote weekly programming. Students also participate in Magnuson Center entrepreneurial remote programming. (This year the ELLC will have remote weekly programming as part of the Living Learning Community Pilot Program created to accommodate the living arrangement changes at Dartmouth necessary due to the pandemic.) Their hands-on-learning experience is augmented by connections they make with the greater Dartmouth entrepreneurial community, the Upper Valley entrepreneurial ecosystem, and the Dartmouth Entrepreneurial Network (DEN) City Chapters and alumni across the United States

Entrepreneurship LLC Students have the opportunity to participate in extensive Magnuson Center remote and hybrid programming and they are invited to special Dartmouth alumni and speaker events because of their close affiliation with the Magnuson Center. Students participate in Entrepreneurship Living Learning Community floor social events, floor generated programming, and remote weekly

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programming (where they keep each other accountable for their project and venture goals). This year, all programming will be offered in a remote setting.

Residents have the opportunity to create solutions for the problems they see in the world and at Dartmouth using the Magnuson Center resources on campus and beyond.


The application process for the Entrepreneurship Living Learning Community is run through the Living Learning Communities Office as part of Dartmouth Residential Life.

For more information about the Entrepreneurship Living Learning Community click here.

To apply to the ELLC, sign into your Banner Student Housing Star Portal to fill out the Housing Application – including the application prompts. Link to the Living Learning Communities webpage here for further directions on how to apply.

Sarah Morgan
Sr Program Manger

Email Sarah Morgan, Program Manager, Experiential Learning with any questions.

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