SRM Living Learning Community
Live...Learn...Sport and Recreation Management!
Get involved with the sport and recreation industry regardless of your 40 time. Learn the ins and outs of what it takes to put on a major sporting event, network with sport professionals both on campus and regionally, connect to SRM faculty and explore career options.
Students interested in working in sports have a unique opportunity to bond, live and learn together in the Sport & Recreation Management(SRM) Living Learning Community (LLC)! In the 2018-19 academic year, the SRM LLC will be in Peterson Hall on the west side of campus, very near the Fieldhouse, the academic home for Sport & Recreation Management faculty and most coursework.
Sport and Recreation Management LLC can be found under the category of Media and Management.
Programming for SRM LLC members:
- Attend frequent networking events with current professionals in the sport and recreation management field.
- Get to know SRM faculty members through interaction throughout the year.
- Practice business etiquette while dining with faculty and prestigious sport business industry guests.
- Network and learn on regional field trips to engage with sport business professionals at the highest levels of sports (Indianapolis, Minneapolis, Chicago & Kansas City have been recent destinations.)
- Go behind the scenes on tours of Carver Hawkeye Arena and historic Kinnick Stadium.
- Volunteer at local sporting events with other SRM students.
- Form study groups with classmates in the common class.
- Attend movie nights with upper classmen in the Sport and Recreation Management program.
- Engage with guest speakers who come to speak with the SRM LLC.
- Explore job fairs both program- and university-wide.
- Enjoy a football tailgate with SRM faculty and sport business professionals.
- Learn how to update your resume and craft the perfect cover letter to land a job or internship.
Research suggests that LLC students who participate in shared courses are more enaged with their academics and satisfied with their college experience. As part of your participation in the Sport and Recreation Management LLC, you will be enrolled in SRM:1060, Contemporary Issues in Sport. Topics covered in the common course are tailored to the sport industry and the sport work environment. This course will also count toward graduation requirements. In addition to lecture classes, students participate in weekly discussion groups, forming a sense of community around the participation in this course.
Who Lives Here
All students on campus are welcome but our programming is directed towards first year and transfer students.