Michigan Learning Communities

What are Michigan Learning Communities (MLCs)?

Michigan Learning Communities (MLCs) are for students who wish to combine their academic and residential experiences in a close-knit community. MLCs are self-selected groups of students and faculty, often from diverse backgrounds, drawn together by shared goals and common intellectual interests. By joining an MLC, students are given access to specialized courses and programming geared towards their interests, and they will live together in a designated area within our residential communities. MLCs provide the best of both worlds by combining the personal attention of a small college environment with the unparalleled resources of a large research university.

We encourage you to visit the Michigan Housing website for instructions on how to complete a housing application for a Michigan Learning Community. Applications are available in mid-January.

Residential communities include:

Open to all first-year students:

Open to College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA) students only:

Open to all sophomores, juniors, and seniors:

Learn more on the Michigan Learning Communities website.

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