Learning Communities at Mason
A Learning Community (LC) is a group of students living on campus who share a common academic college, identity, or interest!
When living in an LC, students will join like-minded peers to explore their passion areas on a deeper level, to connect to vital campus resources, and to grow both in and out of the classroom. Students in the same learning communities live together in a residence hall, which makes it easier to make connections within the Mason community.
All first-year residential students will belong to an LC. LCs are also offered to upper-level residential students, but upper-level students are not required to join one.
Benefits of Joining a Learning Community
- A supportive, educational, and exciting experience with a community of peers
- A team of dedicated staff that ensures a positive and supportive student experience
- Fun, engaging activities that focus on the interest of student's specific community
- Opportunities to connect with other students
- Access to academic resources and support from tutors, campus resources, and faculty
- Interaction with like-minded individuals so that students can engage their passions and learn outside of the classroom
- Mentoring from upper-level students who have experience in the LC topic
- Events and programs tailored to the LC by content experts connected to that LC