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Located throughout Richardson Court and Union Drive, RLCs are small groups of students who live together on designated houses or floors. Students share academic interests, classes, living spaces and develop friendships as part of an innovative program in cooperative learning. As such, most RLCs are limited to students in certain majors.
RLCs are an excellent way to make friends and enhance your academic success. Additional benefits include:
Not all academic programs offer RLCs. Non-Residential Learning Communities offer many of the same benefits as RLCs with the exception of students living in close proximity to each other. Student may live in different houses, building or even off-campus. Their points of connection result from in class and out-of-class activities sponsored by the learning community coordinators. New students interested in joining a non-residential will have the opportunity to do so during Orientation.
Refer to the Learning Communities Website for more detailed information about learning communities including college contacts, mentor information, and research reports.
|Available Learning Communities||Location||Coordinator|
|Agriculture Biosystems Engineering Transfer||Frederiksen||Sue Ziegenbuschemail@example.com|
|Agriculture Community Encourages Success||Maple||Cynthia Haynesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Agriculture- Biosystems Engineering||Maple||Susan Ziegenbuschemail@example.com|
|Business Learning Teams||Elm, Welch||Nicole Viddenfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Chemical Engineering||Friley||Brenda Kutzemail@example.com|
|Chemistry Learning Community||Helser||Theresa Windusfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Common Threads||Maple||Chris Wiseemail@example.com|
|Computer Engineering Learning Teams||Friley||Thomas Danielsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Computer Science||Friley||Steve Kautzemail@example.com|
|Design Exchange||Friley, Linden||Malinda Cooperfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Food Science and Human Nutrition||Eaton||Anne Oldhamemail@example.com|
|Honors Cluster||Friley, Larchfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Honors House||Martin, Barton, Lyonemail@example.com|
|Leadership Through Engineering Academic Diversity||Friley||LeQuetia Ancarfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Natural Resource Ecology & Management||Willow||John Burnettemail@example.com|
|Psychology Learning Community||Larch||Rhonda Bonettfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Women in Science and Engineering||Friley, Eaton, Martin, Oak, Elm, Larch||Lora Leigh Chrystalemail@example.com|
|Women in Science and Engineering Transfer Learning Community||Frederiksen||Lora Leigh Chrystalfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Theme houses provide opportunities for students with common interests to live together and pursue those interests through organized programs and activities. While there are no academic or major requirements, ROTC Theme Houses requires military affiliation and Cross Cultural Theme House requires residents to live with a roommate from a different country.
|Available Theme Houses||Location||Coordinator|
|Air Force ROTC||Larch||Carla Schaeferemail@example.com|
|Army ROTC||Willow||Aaron Rosheimfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Cross Cultural Theme||Linden||Kurt Earnestemail@example.com|