- Meet friends with similar interests
- Explore your passions with faculty, staff, and students
- Feel more connected to campus
- Enhance your academic and social experiences
- Broaden your perspectives with the theme of your community
- Enjoy a smaller close-knit community within the larger university
- Connect with professors in class and across campus
- Take advantage of LC events and activities on and off campus
- Feel more confident in your academic abilities
- Achieve greater academic success
Yes. Living-Learning community students live together in a community of their own. If you would like to room with someone who is accepted to the same Living-Learning Community as you, make sure that both of you apply for the Living-Learning Communities, indicate the same community preferences, and also put each other as a roommate preference on your housing application. We will do our best to accommodate your request.
No. Bridge and ICAP have their own rigorous programs and require that you take specific classes, so you will not be able to take advantage of the Learning Community experience.