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First Year Students Apply to a Residential Learning Community

Contributed by Joelle Albertsman on 02/08/19 

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Residential Life is now accepting applications to our Residential Learning Communities (RLCs).

You can apply to the following communities for next year: FIRST Place, HOME, Honors, Interfaith, Language House, Organic Gardening and Cooking, Outdoor Adventure Learning Community, Quiet Study, Substance Free, and the Transfer Community.

There are several new RLCs next year: FIRST Place which will serve as a space for students that identify as First Generation students and the Language House which is for students interested in speaking Spanish and/or French. Both of these communities will be located in East Tower. 

Would you like to speak to someone about one of the many RLCs we offer?

Stop by one of our tables in the Campus Center this week from 11am-2pm on Tuesday and Thursday next week. Resident Assistants and professional staff from Residential Life will be there to answer questions.

Interested in applying to a residential learning community?

Log onto HomerConnect, go to the Housing Portal then follow the link on the ‘Fall 2019 Selection’ page to apply. Applications for each community are due on March 8th.

If you have any questions about Residential Learning Communities, feel free to reach out to Samantha Stafford, Assistant Director for Residential Education and Assessment at

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