What is the ADLC?
The Architecture & Design Learning Community (ALC) is a unique living environment offered by Texas Tech University and the Department of Housing and Residence Life. The community is set aside within the Hulen/Clement complex as a community in which architecture and design majors live and work with each other.
The ADLC is sponsored by the TTU College of Architecture and provides a way for students of the college, and other design majors to extend their learning experience beyond the classroom and into the environment in which they live and interact. Those that live within the community have access to a studio space within the residence hall which accommodates residents with AutoCAD software, model space, and drafting space and is accessible by only those students living within the learning community.
Single rooms are available within the community that are designed to accommodate space for drafting tables and are available exclusively to design/architecture majors. Programming is also offered for these students that is focused around promoting architecture and design, as well as preparing residents for their professional careers.
The Community Advisors (CA's) in the Architecture Learning Community (ALC) are a boundless resource for ADLC residents. Not only do they provide educational programming to assist the academic endeavors of our residents, such as advice on model-building and secrets for success in architecture, they also program social activities such as movie nights, pumpkin carving and gingerbread house contests.
If you have any questions or would like more information about the Architecture Learning Community, please contact:
Graduate Hall Coordinator Christopher Ruiz 806-742-2611