Residential Experiences

Living Communities Defined

RAP - Residential Academic Programs

  • Required classes taught by full-time faculty, seminar style: class size of 18-20
  • Co-curricular activities reinforce the academic theme
  • Classes are located in the hall
  • Full-time faculty have offices and office hours in the hall
  • Go deeper into your academic interests
  • Additional fee required
  • RAP eligibility 2017-18

FIG - First-year Interest Groups

  • Required classes and freshman seminar
  • Co-curricular activities with faculty and peer mentors that support the FIG theme
  • Provide structured and ad hoc mentoring and support
  • Led by faculty
  • No extra fee required
  • FIG eligibility 2017-18

LLC - Living & Learning Communities

  • Communities designed to support interests such as hiking/rock climbing, etc.
  • No required class
  • Some LLCs have additional fee
  • LLC eligibility 2017-18

Traditional Living Experience

  • Traditional communities house students of diverse academic and social interests
  • Live in the same hall and engage in traditional residence hall experience
  • Not associated with any particular academic or programming theme
  • Halls offering a traditional living experience indlude Athens North, Darley North, Darly South, Hallett, Stearns East, Stearns West, Willard and Williams Village North
  • Traditional eligibility 2017-18

Additional Residential Experiences

We offer two additional programs for students living in the residence halls, that are a little different from the RAP/LLC model, but still involve some amazing benefits and experiences.




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