noun / learn·ing com·mu·ni·ty
A learning community is a group of students living together in a residence hall around a common major, interest, or theme. Students in a learning community engage in a variety of academic and social experiences; from potentially taking classes together to participating in programs and events on and off campus.
There are over 25 different learning communities to choose from which are focused around the arts, business management, cultural exploration, health and wellness, leadership, and science and math. Click to find the learning community that's right for you!
Not sure about what happens in a learning community? Click and see photos, video, and quotes to get a glimpse of the student experience within a learning community.
There are three learning community employment opportunities available for current students: Become a Learning Community RA, a Learning Community Peer Mentor, or a Office of Learning Communities Reception Desk Staff Member! Click to learn more about the application and selection process.