Which Learning Community is right for you?
Students majoring in Music and Architecture are not eligible to join a learning community. Students majoring in Engineering & Computer Science can only apply to the Engineering LC.
Arts and Letters LC (for students who are majoring in a variety of liberal arts areas including: Anthropology, Arts & Humanities, Communication, English, History, Languages
& Linguistics, Philosophy, Political Science, and Sociology)…learn more
Business LC (for students interested in or majoring in FAU’s College of Business)…learn more
Criminal Justice & Public Safety LC (for students majoring in Criminal Justice)…learn more
Education LC (for students with a major in FAU’s College of Education)…learn more
Engineering & Computer Sciences LC (for students with a major in Engineering or Computer Science)…learn more
Explore LC (for students undecided about their major)…learn more
Healthy Owls LC A focus on helping students to transition from high school to college by using health & wellness issues to create healthy lifestyle habits to help them academically...learn more
. A GREAT choice for Exercise Science majors! Open to ALL majors EXCEPT Engineering & Computer Sciences & Music.
Leadership LC (for students interested in developing their leadership skills)…learn more
Open to ALL majors EXCEPT Engineering & Computer Sciences & Music.
The Nursing FLC & LLC programs are ONLY open to students who have been directly admitted to the College of Nursing’s 4-year plan of study in the BSN program.
For more information visit: http://nursing.fau.edu/index.php?main=2&nav=952
Pre-Health Professions LC (for students majoring in any Pre-Health or Pre-Professional program)…learn more
Students must have a minimum of a 24 ACT or an 1100 SAT (math/verbal combination)
Psychology LC (for students majoring in Psychology)...learn more
Science LC (for students with any major in FAU’s College of Science)…learn more
The Urban Male Initiative
The Urban Male Initiative Learning community focuses on creating a sense of community and developing identity among our urban men, primarily minority men on campus. We will focus on the potential challenges that may arise during your collegiate experience, both in and outside of the classroom, and discuss and develop strategies for your academic and social success. Preference to the UMI Learning Community will be given to participants in the UMI program. Visit www.fau.edu/UMI for more information.