Residential Learning Communities
Benefits of a Residential Learning Community (RLC)
Learning together: RLCs provide students with a residentially-based small group experience that enriches their in-class instruction and provides focused out-of-class activities. RLC members will live together and are co-enrolled in a first year seminar and two or three additional classes. Each RLC accommodates up to 20 students per cohort.
Living together: Not only will students in an RLC be in a themed first year seminar together, but will have the opportunity to live with others in the same themed cohort.
- RLC Cohorts have a maximum of 20 students to provide a small group experience in the context of a large university.
- All students take a first year seminar, which serves as the anchor course for the RLC experience.
- Students are co-enrolled in a first year seminar and two to three additional courses (usually Core Curriculum courses).
- RLC students have supportive classroom and living environments to help ease the transition to college life and college-level academics.
- Students network with peer educators, staff members, and faculty members.
- RLC students commit to participate in the fall and spring semesters of the first year.
Steps to Join an RLC
- Complete the Auburn University Housing Application (2021-22 Application Opens: TBA)
- Submit University Confirmation Deposit
- Apply to join a Residential Learning Community. Application is currently CLOSED for fall 2020.
- Application is available in AU Access > Student Menu > First Year Seminar and Learning Community Application.
- Complete the Camp War Eagle Application.
Last modified: April 30, 2020