Residential Learning Communities provide students with a unique educational experience within the residence hall environment. Here, students live alongside other students with shared academic and co-curricular interests and benefit from additional faculty support and involvement. Residential Learning Communities also pair students with university and community resources to allow them to pursue their passions. By design, Residential Learning Communities are attached to a university TIDES course that supplements their programs and activities. In addition to interacting with faculty members in the classroom, residents have the opportunity to continue their learning outside of the classroom with faculty members who are partnered with or live in the residence halls. By bringing faculty and students together in meaningful ways, residents are empowered to form academic and social support networks.
For first-year students entering Tulane in Fall 2018, the RLC application process is now open through May 8th. You can access the RLC application through your Housing Portal. You will be asked for general information about yourself and then you will need to fill out supplemental application questions for each RLC to which you are applying. You are allowed to apply for as many of the nine RLCs as you would like. The supplemental application questions can be found here.