Residential Learning Communities (RLCs) at BSU are designed to give students with a particular academic focus or similar interests the opportunity to live together in a residence hall community. Students that signup to live in an RLC benefit from targeted programming and access to resources that will help them to become more successful during their time at the university.
RLCs give students the opportunity to connect their academic goals with their co-curricular interests. Each RLC partners with faculty from the university to create a true learning environment conveniently located in a residence hall community. First year students can choose to live in one of the three first year RLC's (First Year Honors, Science and Math, and the Service Based Learning Community). The First Year Learning Communities will be housed in Scott Hall. Upper-class students can choose to live in one of the three upper-class learning communities (Upper-class Honors, Science and Math, Global Village and Social Justice Learning Community). The Upper-class Learning Communities will be housed in Weygand Hall.
The Residential Learning Communities (RLCs) program at Bridgewater State University aims to support student learning by encouraging academic achievement through connection to faculty, staff, likeminded peers and targeted programming. RLCs work to provide a structure that students can use to grow and develop into engaged citizens in the university and global community.
Last Modified: February 26, 2013