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Lloyd Scholars for Writing and the Arts

Recent News

Introducing This Year's Student Leaders for the 2019-2020 Academic Year

Meet this year's Resident Advisors, Creative Mentors, and Student Assistants. Learn a bit more about them.

The Institute for the Humanities selected Shelley Manis as one of its Summer Fellows

See a brief Q&A with Shelley Manis about this opportunity, gifting her the time to focus on writing her first book and to support seven other lecturers and tenure-track faculty colleagues from a range of disciplines in this eight-week summer program.

Learn and Live Together

Welcome to the Lloyd Scholars for Writing and the Arts (LSWA), a University of Michigan Learning Community for students interested in writing and the arts, whatever their skill level or field of study. LSWA students live together, take classes together, and extend their learning outside of the classroom via clubs, visiting writers and artists, workshops, and events. Small classes and a strong student leader program help each student to feel like part of a community, and it’s common to hear our students talk about LSWA as their “home” on campus. We are committed to embracing a diverse population of students from all backgrounds, and to helping students to develop personally, socially, and intellectually. Whether they seek leadership opportunities, want to share their studies with other individuals who value writing and the arts, or hope to maintain a connection to their creative pursuits, LSWA students share a community where they are known, and from which they can explore all the University of Michigan has to offer.

Be A VICTOR.

We strive to support our students and faculty on the frontlines of learning and research; to steward our planet, our community, our campus. To do this, Lloyd Hall Scholars Program needs you—because the world needs Victors.