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With all the opportunities available within the Residential College, it's understandable to have a few questions. We're happy to help clarify in our FAQs below. Feel free to also contact us at email@example.com or (734) 763-0032 for more information.
How many students are enrolled in the RC?
Who is eligible to apply to the RC?
Is there a tuition difference for the RC?
Do students pursuing interests in STEM join the RC?
Do I have to be talented in the visual or performing arts to join the RC?
The RC on Campus
How is the RC a part of U of M?
Will I still feel integrated into U-M while being a part of the RC?
Can I participate in any other Michigan Learning Communities if I am in the RC?
Can I enroll in both the RC and the Honors Program?
Academics in the RC
Do RC students fulfill just LSA requirements, just RC requirements, or both?
How many RC courses does the average student take?
Does the RC have graded courses?*
Can I start learning a new language?
What is the average class size in the RC?
Do RC students have a lot of contact with their professors?
Am I restricted to RC majors and minors as an RC student?
Life in East Quad
What opportunities are there for student life?
What facilities does the RC have on-site?
Do non-RC students live in East Quad?
How do roommates work?
Can RC students join a fraternity or sorority?
Transfers & the RC
Is it possible to transfer out of the RC?
Is it possible to transfer into the RC?
*Grades were instituted in the RC in 2001 making the class of 2005 the last eligible to graduate under the former system of exclusively written evaluations.
*For any additional questions related to the RC and COVID-19, please visit this page.
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