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Learning Communities


At Binghamton Residential Life, learning communities are part of the residential college model. Classes and experiences are designed for each community to foster interaction and learning within a smaller group. Each community has its own theme with area-based classes that are relevant and reserved just for residents. Residents who sign up for learning communities are usually housed together and have opportunities to participate in special group service projects, workshops and field trips with other students sharing similar interests and goals.

Learn more about each learning community on the area's web pages. You will be able to apply for a learning community when you go through the housing process. Most learning communities will request additional information from you about your interest –  see each community's living and learning page.


Achieving Leadership In Volunteer Experiences (ALIVE)

at Hinman College

For more information about the ALIVE Learning Community >

 

CoRE – Computers, Robotics and Engineering

at Dickinson Community

For more information about the CoRE Learning Community >

 

Engineering

at Mountainview College

For more information about the Engineering Learning Community >

 

Entrepreneurship

at Dickinson Community

For more information about the Entrepreneurship Learning Community >

 

Health and Wellness

at Dickinson/Old Digman

For more information about the Health and Wellness Community >

 

International Relations and Cultural Exchange

at College-in-the-Woods

For more information about the International Relations and Cultural Exchange Learning Community

 

Nursing

at Mountainview College

For more information about the Nursing Learning Community >

 

Politics, Law and Society

at College-in-the-Woods

For more information about the Politics, Law and Society Learning Community >

Last Updated: 2/6/19