A Learning Community helps you develop strong connections with faculty and peers and increases your academic success!
Faculty members encourage unique experiences outside the classroom, such as field trips, service learning or professional networking to solidify your career goals.
Research shows students living in a Learning Community get better grades and have a higher persistence to graduate.
Learning Community Mentors provide guidance and coaching while building community and providing academic support.
Learning Community faculty members are expert resources for academic guidance and career mentoring.
Strong friendships quickly develop when you study, live and socialize with others with similar interests.
You’ll take 2-3 common courses with your floormates, which is great for ready-made study groups!
Your Learning Community will often attend campus activities and events together.