What is a Residential Learning Community (RLC)?

A RLC is a group of students living together in a specific residence hall, who are actively engaged in learning together with and from each other.

La Salle University RLCs are a great place to begin your college experience! 

Do you want to:

  1. Meet people with similar interests?
  2. Create a network of friends?
  3. Integrate living and learning during your freshmen year?

Then choose to live in one of La Salle’s three Residential Learning Communities:

  • Honors Program:
    Where you will learn to "think critically, probe analytically, and dissect incisively."
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  • Signum Fidei:
    This is an opportunity to live with students who share similar personal interests and goals, and to have a living experience that allows you to explore the concepts of Faith, Service and Community. These concepts are vital in understanding the vision of John Baptist De La Salle, the patron of the University, and are tied to the mission of La Salle University. This is a great option for students who are interested in engaging in service and giving back to the community.
    [ Read more and apply ]