The Residential College has reopened and extended their Admissions deadline! If you are interested in joining the RC, email the RC Admissions & Recruitment Coordinator, Logan Corey, at email@example.com by Monday, July 11 to express your interest in joining the RC Class of 2022!
Admission to the Residential College is available to any prospective student who has first been accepted to the University of Michigan’s College of Literature, Science and the Arts (LSA). There is no separate application, essay, or interview required of applicants to the RC. RC students are self-selecting to the Residential College. Your interest and passion for an invigorating liberal arts experience is your ticket in.
Each fall, we confirm a maximum of 260 admitted LSA students students into a new class of RC-ers. The majority of these students are first years, while some are transfer students with 40 or less transfer credits.
Since the Residential College is part of the College of Literature, Science and Arts (LSA) you can indicate your interest in the RC program when you complete the Common Application and the supplement for the University of Michigan-LSA on the Office of Undergraduate Admissions website. At that time, select the Residential College by checking the RC box.
If you have already submitted your application for U-M, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about joining the RC.
If you indicated the RC on your application, you will be contacted in writing by the RC admissions staff within 3 weeks after you are officially admitted to U-M.
After you are admitted, please read the RC admission letter, review the enclosed information & website to make certain you are still interested, and reply promptly via the link contained in the RC admission letter.
In the early Spring, students are confirmed for the RC based on when they replied and when they matriculated (payment of the U of M enrollment deposit).
After you are confirmed by the RC you will be contacted by the U of M Housing Office (HIO) and U of M New Student Programs (ONSP) in the spring about orientation. You must complete HIO and ONSP online application forms in a timely manner and make the appropriate selections to ensure the correct housing and orientation placement that coordinates with the Residential College program.
Finally, during the summer, you will attend an RC orientation session, receive advising and register for all of your U of M classes.
If you have any questions, please contact Logan Corey, RC Admissions & Recruitment Coordinator, at email@example.com or call (734) 647-4361.