Indiana University Bloomington

Welcome to the Thomas I. Atkins

Living Learning Center

Thomas I. Atkins, born March 2, 1939, in Elkhart, Ind., became IU's first African American student body president in 1960 and also was the first African American student body president in the Big Ten.

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Requirements To Live In Atkins LLC

All residents of the Thomas I. Atkins Living Learning Center (Atkins LLC) are required to enroll in the Atkins Community Development Course, COLL-G113: Groups Success Seminar. This seminar is a one-credit course that meets Monday evenings from 7:00pm to 8:15pm and is taught by a Peer Instructor who lives in Atkins. It will introduce students to the purpose and goals of Atkins, their fellow Atkins members, local and national African American culture and issues, IU resources, basic study skills, their goals at IU and their particular role in the Atkins LLC. Guest faculty presentations and trips are featured.

Any Questions?

Vincent Isom, Director of Atkins LLC and Groups Program Advisor

Call Or Email!!

(812) 855-0276

visom@indiana.edu