Why Join a Learning Community?
As a resident of a learning community, you get:
- Special events and activities built around your interests.
- Access to faculty and staff that can help you network for future opportunities.
- Close-knit seminars exclusive for residents in your community.
- A community of classmates and study group partners with similar academic interests to help boost your grades.
- Priority room selection before other new residents.
Nuture your passion for the study of living things, whether it's plants, animals, health, microbiology, evolution, neurobiology, soil, food genetics, bioenergy, or anything biological.
Transition to college in this high-energy community exclusively for freshmen, with fun, daily programs to build connections and get involved on campus.
Get involved in endless opportunities to grow as a student and leader through interpersonal connections and academic and extracurricular engagement in this vibrant community.
Engage in sustainability efforts and get hands-on experience in gardening, cooking locally, conservation, repairing bicycles, restoring prairies, and more.
Discover global cultures and international studies, including seven immersive language houses.
Celebrate multiculturalism, creativity, and innovation in society as you explore issues of human diversity, identity, and social justice in this safe and fun community.
All students are welcome to join and explore the diversity of the human experience through discussions on gender in contemporary media in this inclusive community.
Dream big and put your ideas into action through innovative thinking, analysis, teamwork, planning, and harnessing resources in a creative community of doers and makers.
Create, innovate, and bring your imagination to life by exploring the creative process among fellow artists, dancers, musicians, actors, directors, engineers, computer scientists, and designers.
Live among fellow first-year direct admits to the School of Business, sharing similar interests and classes in a supportive environment.