Residential Learning Communities
University Housing offers students the opportunity to shape their living experience by participating in one of our Residential Learning Communities (RLCs). These communities are a unique way for students to live with others who may have a similar major, are involved in the same campus program, or who share an interest/identity.
Each of the communities has their own specialized programming, connections to campus partners, and requirements. Past RLC experiences have included Faculty Coffee Chats, field trips, common courses, study nights & course registration parties, RLC competitions, homecoming participation, community service experiences, and more! It’s a great way for incoming students to have a built-in support network from their first day on campus.
To learn more about each of our communities, their requirements, and how to apply, please view our 2022-2023 RLC Guidebook and/or by looking through the sections below. Additionally, you can click here to view a short video from from Erin McFerrin, our Assistant Director of Residential Learning and manager of the RLC program, discussing the benefits of living in an RLC.
2022-2023 Available RLCs
Have questions about our RLCs, the requirements, or application process? Submit a Question or Attend an RLC Info Session!
Submit a Question
Questions can be submitted to our RLC Question Submission Form and a staff member will get back to you as soon as possible.
If you would like general information about University Housing, have hall/facilities questions, need information on your assignment/billing, etc – please review the website (gsuhousing.com) or call the main housing office (912-478-5406). This form is specifically to answer questions related to the RLC Program.
If you are a Family/Support Member for a prospective RLC student, please make sure you are including the STUDENTS information instead of your own. There is a place to leave your information below as well, but we need the student information before we can reach out to others.
Last updated: 4/26/2022