Residence Learning Communities
A Residence Learning Community (RLC) is a themed residence environment where students share a common interest, major or coursework. RLCs are designed to extend opportunities for learning and development beyond the classroom. This is achieved by offering students enriched opportunities to network with peers, faculty and staff through programs held in residence and off campus. Please click on the links to the left of the page to learn more about each community. More detail on our new communities coming soon!
“I think the best part about being in an RLC is the sense of togetherness. It feels like we are a family, and we sincerely care about each other.” – Scholars’ Hall RLC member
“From living in this community, I’ve learned the importance of communication, the value of respect and what it means to be part of a family.” – Leadership & Service RLC member
“The best part about living in this community is the opportunities that it has given me to excel at Laurier.” – School of Business and Economics RLC member
“Through living in an RLC I have learned that living around people who have the same courses and the same mindset as you makes friendships happen easily and your school year an amazing one.” School of Business and Economics RLC member
“From living in this community, I’ve learned the effectiveness of cooperation and teamwork while striving for common goals. I’ve also learned that support and encouragement are positive and essential for healthy development, at the personal level as well as at the group level.” – The Nature of Things RLC member
How to Apply:
Due to high demand of RLC rooms, we advise that interested applicants apply for an RLC by completing their residence application by the early bird deadline.
Early Bird: May 17, 2013 Final Deadline: June 3, 2013